Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Artificial ‘Honey’ Hits Market

Diabetic Market Opens Up Worldwide for FDA-Approved All-Natural Sweetener Marketed by SuperVision

LOS ANGELES, CA, Feb 25, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- SuperVision Entertainment Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SVET) is pleased to announce that the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) recently approved an artificial sweetener made from all-natural crops such as wheat, rice, corn, potatoes, barley etc. It is a radical departure from such artificial sweeteners such as Aspartame, Splenda and others that are basically chemical cocktails of one form or another.

This amazing new product is produced by creating an enzymatic degradation of all the natural crops which is then processed and purified. The end result is an all-natural sweetener that looks exactly like honey, tastes exactly like honey, and has the same consistency as honey. In fact, it's putting bees out of business…

5 comments:

Trevor Mansell said...

I dont understand, you are happy to put beekeepers out of buisness ?

Anonymous said...

Well, it's probably more accurate to say SuperVision Entertainment Inc is happy to put bees out of business.

Anonymous said...

The people in these corporations are very sick and need treatment. All they do is destroy one industry to profit from and control another.

Anonymous said...

From the perspective of bees this might be a good thing. Beekeepers actually take from bees the food that they intend to consume for winter. The effort that it takes for bees to make honey is pretty great. It seems wrong to take what they've worked for and cause them to work harder. I'd love to try the artificial stuff.

Anonymous said...

It seems wrong to take what they've worked for and cause them to work harder. I'd love to try the artificial stuff.

What an idiot