On Jan. 26, Teigen responded to a tweet from Good Morning America about a “breakfast battle” brewing between Panera and the FDA about whether or not the definition of an egg should be changed. Panera wants the FDA to create a more specific definition so fast food restaurants won’t be able to get away with selling egg products with additives.
“Yes I agree only actual eggs should be called eggs and their broccoli cheddar soup should be called delicious cream times,” Teigen tweeted in response.
Yes I agree only actual eggs should be called eggs and their broccoli cheddar soup should be called delicious cream times— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) January 26, 2018
At the time, Panera responded and agreed with Teigen about the new soup name.
Great suggestion @chrissyteigen and we will continue to call you best human in the twittersphere.— Panera Bread (@panerabread) January 26, 2018
Anyone who’s ever tweeted to a brand knows that more often than not, the brand will respond cheekily and then nothing will change. That’s not the case, however, if you’re Chrissy Teigen.
Less than a week later, Teigen tweeted a photo of a cup of soup from Panera with a new label: “Delicious Cream Times Soup.”
It doesn’t look like Panera has changed the soup name officially; its menu online still advertises the soup as “broccoli cheddar soup.” But now fans on Twitter have begun begging Teigen to make their wishes come true, as well.
everything u tweet comes true… can u tweet that i'll win a million dollars pls??— athena (@athenameow) February 2, 2018
okay good start now ask for safe and accessible reproductive health care for all— ginger (@gingerest) February 2, 2018
Everyone believes this is proof that Teigen officially holds too much power in the world.
No one person should have this much power.— Bae Faiz (@antifatwa) February 2, 2018
As it is tweeted, so shall it be.— Roger (@Butters360) February 2, 2018
Maybe Teigen will now use her newfound power to sway the FDA about the egg debacle.