The tricky thing is that it's typically not noted on in the list of ingredients but is labeled "natural flavoring" for raspberry, strawberry and vanilla flavored products. Hmmm
1. Dear Beaver hunters in Canada - It seems like a lot of work for only 200 pounds of annual gland juice (based on the always accurate wikipedia).
2. I can understand putting the scent into something like perfume, but who on earth thought that you should taste it?
3. How does it help things smell like leather, yet taste like raspberry/strawberry and/or vanilla? - Really I think these artificial "naturally flavored" tastes taste more like the color "red" - a derived flavor in my head - more than their actual natural counterparts.
4.How big really is the beaver hunting industry? Is it part of an animal population control measure? Are beavers being harmed simply for their glands (that would be rather wasteful).
5. Why did I just spend precious life time blogging about beaver gland juice? I have a kid now, there are more important topics to consider.