What is wrong with you? Do you know the kind of people that are interested in your product? I have ordered this vitamin like clockwork for about a decade and this will be my last order. Many years ago I wanted to find the best vitamin on the market just to see how much it cost and if I could afford to buy it on a regular basis. Originally that was this product. It is certified organic, whole food, and had every vitamin and mineral (in the correct quantities) that I wanted in my daily regimen. I think the company was bought a little while back and they added palm oil to the 'other ingredients'. I could stomach that change. After all the texture and smell of the vitamins were not entirely consistent and I eat and consumer other products that have non-optimal oils in them, but then I looked today and they have added organic dextrose (an paradoxical phonemic pairing if ever I saw one) and maltodextrin. These are both 'no-goes' for me. Garden of Life needs to understand that the people who buy this product are the kind of people that read every ingredient and look them all up and understand the intricacies of nutrition. This product was never going to be popular with the general public. Most people want the cheapest product that gets them the highest levels of synthetic vitamins possible in the most uniform container possible. Now will begin the long, arduous process of shopping for a new vitamin supplement that checks off all of my boxes but doesn't add extraneous ingredients to cater to the uneducated complainers who were going to be upset almost no matter the composition or taste of the product. Next I am going to have to research my probiotic that I currently buy from Garden of Life and see how they have tampered with its ingredients. Hopefully they have left it alone for now.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]