Bethenny Frankel's Skinnygirl drinks yanked from Whole Foods

bethenny-frankel-skinnygirl-getty.jpgReality star Bethenny Frankel isn't all-natural, having admitted to a 2005 breast enlargement. Now it appears her product, Skinnygirl cocktails, might not be real either. And Whole Foods isn't happy about that.

The grocer has pulled the drinks from their shelves after deciding its claim of "All Natural" ingredients might not be true, the Huffington Post reports.

The HuffPo spoke with a Whole Foods employee who adds, "The store prides itself in selling the best quality whole products that our high-end consumers expect. Not novelty products that are shaded with secrecy."

The brand, which includes the products Skinnygirl Margarita and the recently-launched Skinnygirl Sangria, launched in 2009.  It was sold in April 2011 to Fortune Brands' Beam Global for an estimated $120 million.

 No word from the reality star nor Fortune Brands.
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