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.
Made from only premium fruits and vegetables, Naked juices now come in 10 oz. Take it with you on-the-go and stay energized all day! New Assortment!
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.
In fact, the group points out, a ounce bottle of Kale Blazer whose first ingredient is orange juice contains eight teaspoons of sugar. A ounce can of Pepsi, in comparison, has 10 teaspoons. Finally, the lawsuit implies that PepsiCo tricked consumers into buying Naked Juices by giving them misleading names and filling their labels with pictures of highly nutritious ingredients like kale but not of more prominent ingredients, such as apples and oranges. PepsiCo released a statement on Wednesday in response to the lawsuit, saying: "There is nothing misleading about our Naked Juice products.
The marketing of Naked Juice makes it seem like it's an optimal choice for a healthy snack. There are several delicious flavors to choose from; Berry Blast, Green Machine, and my old personal favorite, the classic strawberry banana. Not exactly.
The Protein Zone and Protein Zone Mango smoothies are great ways to refresh and rebuild tired muscles after a long run. We use only the freshest, purest stuff in the world and leave out everything else. While many ingredients do not exist in bioengineering varieties, Naked Juice does not use ingredients that were produced using biotechnology as a matter of principle.
Naked Juice is thick, rich and sweet: if you froze it, it could be sorbet. Main Nibbles. March Updated December
Naked Juice is an American brand that produces juices and smoothies. The company is based in Monrovia, California and is owned by Pepsico. As ofthe Naked Juice product line consisted of more than 20 different drinks, including fruit juices, juice smoothies, and protein smoothies, along with other beverages like coconut water. The drinks are promoted as containing high concentrations of antioxidants.
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.