In the wake of a viral video featuring fruit-flavored coloring and fruit-stuffed animals, a group of local fruit vendors and others are calling for Amazon to pull the product from the website.
The video of the fruit coloring and stuffed animals was posted by a user named Machi.
He has since received hundreds of hate-filled emails and phone calls from people saying the product was offensive and that they did not want to purchase it.
Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
But the company is not backing down from its position that the product is appropriate for children, and in a statement, it said the product “is intended for children aged 12 and under” and “does not contain ingredients that could cause a choking hazard.”
The product, called Fruit Coloring: The Complete Fruit Flavoring Pack, is available in the U.S. and Australia.
The company says the fruit-coloring is meant to be used as a coloring for fruits and vegetables, and it’s available in “natural, vegan, gluten-free, soy-free and paleo-friendly varieties.”
“There is no actual fruit or vegetable coloring used in the coloring,” the company says.
“The only real fruit flavor is a natural color.
Fruit is a very popular food coloring.
We do not make any claims of health benefits or nutritional value for any fruit or vegetables.”
But the fruit coloring was advertised as a “natural color” and a product that is “not intended for kids,” and the product’s description states that “it’s a very healthy coloring that can be used for fruit or veggies.”
The Fruit Colorings website also states the product contains no flavoring, “except natural coloring.”
The company is selling the product on its website and other Amazon sellers and Amazon’s own site, but it’s not listed on the U,T,B,F,M and S-1 forms for customers.
Amazon also did not respond to an email request for clarification on whether the product could be found in the country of the seller.
The website also has no way of finding out if the product has already been removed from Amazon’s marketplace.
The only way to know is to contact the company directly.
The Fruit Colors company, which has been around for a while, has received more than 50 complaints about the product and has filed an online complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
In the video, the user said that the fruit colored animals were “totally ridiculous,” adding that the animals “didn’t even look human,” or were “all white.”
The seller said in a video statement that “they have been removed by the FTC from the site due to their offensive nature.”
“The FTC has contacted us and we will comply with the complaint,” the statement read.
“They have already notified Amazon of their decision and have removed the offending content from the marketplace.
Amazon will continue to remove content that is not appropriate for kids.
We will continue working with the FTC to make sure our products are as safe as possible.”