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Naked Juice May Not Be Bottles of Health, According to Lawsuit
By: The Drum
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A suit has been filed against PepsiCo, the parent company of Naked Juice, which the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) claims that the fruit juices are not nearly as nutritious as the bottles claim.

The suit by the non-profit said that the fruit-and-vegetable-based juices, which are advertised as “predominantly containing high-value ingredients such as acai berry, blueberries, kale, and mango, when in fact the predominant ingredient in the product line is usually cheap, nutrient-poor apple juice.”

It’s a weighty accusation, reported by RealSimple.com, that also said that Naked Juice’s claims of “no sugar added” were false as well, claiming that some “healthy” juices have eight teaspoons of sugar, while a 12-oz can of soda from PepsiCo can contain 10.

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