Almost every person in the world loves candies. But, scientists have confirmed that gummy candies have a detrimental effect on your waistline and skin.
This didn’t stop your cravings, right?
Gummy worms, gummy bears, peach rings… just name it. Children love these, and so do you. The following video will definitely “kill” your desire from anything “gummy.”
Alina Kneepkens is a Belgian filmmaker who decided to help the world learn the dark truth behind gummy candies. She filmed the entire production process, so try to watch th video until its very end.
Pay attention to the terrible conditions in which gummy bears are produced. The other videos show details about the content of black pudding and a rabbit with plums, a traditional Belgian dish.
The video starts from the final product, and goes back to the roots of its production. If this video doesn’t make you change your mind, opt for a healthier alternative to your favorite candy, and use vegan gelatin substitutes like agar.
Pig carcasses are torched, skinned, and boiled. Producers also use the bones, tendons and ligaments. Yummy, right?
“I got the assignment to direct some reversed audiovisual stories showing the production of some of our food.t I saw quite a few slaughter houses and examples of both industrial and artisan food production. A true eye opener. Jelly’ is candy. But only a few people know they’re made of gelatin from the skin of pigs. Sweet?” wrote Alina on her website.
Watch the video below, and think twice before you put another gummy bear in your mouth.