6 Scams in the Juice Aisle

When it comes to the juice aisle, you're not always getting what you think.

April 13, 2012
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When you buy fruit juice, you expect, well, healthy juice. But products like Tropicana Twister Cherry Berry actually contain 0 percent berry and cherry juice, despite the name. The juice's color comes not from berries, but instead from petroleum-based artificial food dyes. Why? Simple--it's cheaper. Artificial dyes like Red #40 have been linked to ADHD and other health problems. Look for real juice when you're strolling the juice aisle.

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