|It reads SOURCREME. Is the French spelling of the|
latter half of the product name supposed to add allure?
Oh, yes, you read that correctly; it does in fact say, "Unreal!!!"
Talk about truth in advertising.
This is the best part: besides the awfulness of the preservatives,
other junk additives, and the fact that partially hydrogenated soybean oil
is the second on the ingredient list after water, the allergen caveat at the end reads:
CONTAINS: MILK, SOY.
So let me get this straight: This is a faux sour cream, but anybody hoping it provides a dairy-free alternative would be mistaken - it still contains various frankenbits of overly processed dairy, but with a hefty dose of heart-eviscerating trans fats AND soy. And it's 80% calories from fat, so you can't even claim that you'd be buying it to satisfy some low-fat diet requirement. Why, for the love of single-ingredient ingredient lists, WHY would somebody think this is a superior purchase to, say, Daisy Sour Cream, which you can find and buy for essentially the very same price of ~$1/lb., and contains only GRADE A CULTURED CREAM?!