The FDA Concludes 'Love,' Despite Being Extremely Toxic, Is Not an Ingredient
Love is infamously hard to define. But according to the man, it is absolutely not an ingredient.
In a letter to the bakery, the
"I really like that we list 'love' in the granola," Gates told Bloomberg.
"People ask us what makes it so good," he added. "It's kind of nice that this artisan bakery can say there's love in it and it puts a smile on people's face. Situations like that where the government is telling you you can't list 'love' as an ingredient, because it might be deceptive, just feels so silly."
The FDA is of course technically correct that "Love" is not a
Of course, there are multiple good reasons one might want "Love" listed if it is indeed an ingredient in the production of Nashoba Granola. For one, more than a few of us are highly allergic to love-with possible side effects including everything from short-term psychological trauma to irreversible bad decisions like having children. On the other hand, some might justifiably want love to discover them rather than the other way around. A few crazy people might even want to search for their own love, rather than let some company dictate the terms to them.
I, personally, just want y'all keep your cooties out of my granola.