LaCroix May Have Cockroach Insecticide in it
I'm a regular LaCroix drinker. I've always wondered how they get their flavors to taste so good with no additives. I may have gotten the answer.
The parent company of LaCroix sparkling water is being sued by a woman claiming the seltzer's "100-percent natural essence" for flavoring is anything but natural.
In fact, the suit says LaCroix uses an ingredient called linalool which is used in cockroach insecticide as well as other artificial ingredients like limonene, which can cause kidney toxicity and tumors according to a report from CBS Philadelphia.
While the lawsuit claims that National Beverage Corp., makers of LaCroix are fully aware of the ingredients they're using, the company is denying it.
I hope this allegation is untrue because Key Lime LaCroix is the best!
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