I was a little nervous to make this Cherry Berry Smoothie with a fruit and vegetable juice blend. I can do corn on the cob, and roasted broccoli and asparagus. Other than that?
Naked Juice Co. A similar lawsuit was settled in February The class action is requesting that PepsiCo change its marketing practices and award damages to people who have bought the products in question.
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.
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Every morning, Monday through Friday, I try to stick to a pretty healthy routine. I like to wake up, make breakfast, work out, and drink a big glass of green juice before getting down to work for the rest of the day. Drinking my greens is one of the best parts of my mornings, and I try to do it every day to get a big boost of vitamins and nutrients.
You know how kids simply love to be naked? My kids love screaming around the house in their birthday suits. Alas, it is also the name of a brand of juice smoothie owned by PepsiCo.
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.
T his week, it looked as if fruit juice might finally lose its claim to healthiness and be put into the same category as fizzy drinks. It emerged that a headteacher, Elizabeth Chaplin, who runs Valence primary school in Dagenham, wrote to parents about a new rule to confiscate juice cartons from children's lunch boxes. Swap it and have a piece of real fruit.