The Bugs That Turn Strawberry Yogurt Red

If you think it’s fruit that colors strawberry Yoplait yogurt red, think again. It’s carmine, a natural red dye derived from crushed cochineal bugs. People have used it for thousands of years to color everything from clothes to makeup.

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The Bugs That Turn Strawberry Yogurt Red

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