Naked will make several modifications to the labeling and marketing of its current line-up of pure fruit, veggie, protein and boosted juices and smoothies aimed at giving consumers a clearer understanding of what is in the products, according to an agreement announced today by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. The agreement ends litigation that the nonprofit group filed in October on behalf of three consumers who purchased Kale Blazer, Green Machine, and other similar Naked juice or smoothie products. Naked will also revise its imagery when necessary to more clearly reflect predominant ingredients.
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.
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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.
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 The Kale Blazer juice, for example, is mostly orange and apple juice, despite packaging and marketing that emphasizes leafy-green imagery.
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.
Naked Juice is a brand of fruit and vegetable smoothies with enticing flavor combinations like Pomegranate Blueberry and Green Machine — a blend of apple, kiwi, broccoli, and several other tasty foods. Some of its drinks are supplemented with vitamins or health foods, such as spirulina. However, other products, such as Blue or Red Machine, pack as many as calories and 76 grams of carbs per Despite having no added sugars, Naked Juice beverages are still high in sugar from naturally occurring sources like fruits.
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 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.