A bottle of Naked Juice might seem pretty healthy — they're brightly colored and printed with fruits and veggies — but yesterday PepsiCo was sued by the Center for Science in the Public Interest CSPI for misleading consumers with claims that the drinks are healthier than they actually are, according to Business Insider. The CPSI argues that Naked Juices uses deceptive terms and taglines like "only the best ingredients" or "the goodness inside" to market the juices and smoothies, when really they're just made from cheap, nutrient-poor fruit juices. Oh, goodness. Naked Juices also rattle off the impressive list of different fruits and vegetables that are jam-packed into the drinks on the side of the bottle. For example, Naked claims that a
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I used to love Naked Juices. As in, I basically had one This was until I realized that the "health juice" I thought was filling me up from my am breakfast until my pm lunch wasn't really a health juice. I decided to spend some time researching and answer my own question: Is Naked Juice healthy?
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Naked Juice is being sued by a consumer advocacy group that says the company is misleading customers about the high sugar content in its products. The recommended daily intake of sugar is no more than But that sugar adds up to calories the pomegranate blueberry juice has calories. Sugar has become a hot-button topic in nutrition recently, with dietitians recommending that people steer clear of added sugars in products whenever possible.
Naked Juice Facebook PepsiCo's green juice has the company in hot water. Its Pomegranate Blueberry juice, for example, accurately advertises that it is a no-sugar- added beverage, but even still a single Further, CSPI says Naked Juices mislead customers into believing that beverages are packed with super nutrients when the dominant ingredients are "cheap, nutrient-poor" juices. The Kale Blazer juice, for example, is mostly orange and apple juice, despite packaging and marketing that emphasizes leafy-green imagery.