Lately, the internet has placed a lot of focus on Skittles, and with each passing day, we learn something we've never known about the multi-colored candy.
A few months ago, the public was made aware of the fact that Skittles are an important part of the diets of cows in the U.S. Not only is the candy cheaper than cow feed, but it also has some interesting benefits, according to the owner of United Livestock Commodities, Joseph Watson.
Apparently Skittles have "a higher ration of fat [than] actually feeding them straight corn," Watson explained.
Now, the internet is once again abuzz after a study made a startling revelation about the fruity candy.
You know how Skittles come in five different colors, including red, yellow, green, orange and purple? Well, it turns out that they all taste the same.
Yes, that's right. You can insist all you want but the red doesn't taste like strawberry, the yellow isn't lemon, and the purple is not grape-flavored.
So how come we thought each color had its own unique taste?