Malformed 2.0 bottle


#1

I felt a bump on a Soylent 2.0 bottle this morning.

After cutting away the label, I saw this interesting malformation:

Detail:

I’ll report back later if the 2.0 inside is bad or not; if not I’ll probably just drink it. :stuck_out_tongue:


#2

Can you also email these images to info@soylent.com so we can log and trace the error.


#3

Sure thing, boss.  


#4

I decided to open the malformed bottle as I composed the email. I poured the Soylent into a glass and it looks/smells/tastes normal. I can’t get a good picture of the inside of the bottle, but it looks like the plastic was a separate piece that melted/attached to the outside of the main bottle. I then confirmed this by popping it off with a knife. It went flying much more energetically than I was expecting and has been lost for now. RIP, little plastic defect.

A couple days ago I had a 2.0 bottle with what looked like some dried Soylent on the outside neck; I put that in the email too. The seal was intact and the Soylent inside was normal. Here’s that picture for the curious:

The text on the lid of the malformed bottle, if anyone is curious:

BEST BY AUG1017
6222P7FPA JP
02:35 SLGRM2

I didn’t keep the other bottle but I think it was from the same box.