Arnott’s killed it this year in the genre of sweet and savoury, having launched a bunch of items that left us salivating.
But the Australian business has just tinkered something that will surprise and upset a lot of people.
Arnott’s obviously tried to gauge the public’s response to coriander-flavored Shapes, posting on Twitter. Of doubt there were some people who were terrified.
A third wrote: “What is the world coming to? First COVID. Then Coriander Shapes. I can’t take anymore.”
Anytime long, it seems to the people who are dry retching at the sight of these bad boys lining the supermarket aisles, Arnott’s is not serious about getting them into service.
The business wrote in the # DontWorryWeAreNotMakingThese article, which gives us a very strong feeling that they definitely won’t be making these.
But, if the interaction were predominantly optimistic, it would be important to see if they would really consider it.
Whether you wonder why coriander creates confusion among some men, evidence suggests that biology is a possible suspect.
23andMe, a genetic test service, surveyed 50,000 people and asked about coriander in their opinions.