Why Is Naked Juice Removing “All Natural” from Its Product Labels?

Why Is Naked Juice Removing “All Natural” from Its Product Labels?

Naked Juice is a very successful brand under the PepsiCo umbrella. Selling juice has been a profitable venture for both Coke and Pepsi, as pressure mounts to diversify from their core cola brands. Indeed the health halo attached to juice … Continue reading

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Should Parents Hide the Veggies?

Should Parents Hide the Veggies?

Here’s an interesting study from Pennsylvania State University: Youngsters got more of their daily greens when researchers pureed veggies and added them to kids’ main dishes at breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the sly. And the kids didn’t seem to … Continue reading

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Reminder: Fruit Rollups are NOT Fruit [Nutrition Impostor]

Reminder: Fruit Rollups are NOT Fruit [Nutrition Impostor]

Here’s a snack kids love, and moms feel good about buying – A fruit rollup. Let’s take a look at the product pictured above (it’s a Betty Crocker brand). Look at the nutritional benefits we get listed on the front … Continue reading

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The NEW Special K Cereal Bars [Nutrition Impostors]

The NEW Special K Cereal Bars [Nutrition Impostors]

A few days ago, Kellogg’s announced it was adding more fiber to its Special K cereal bars, and introducing 2 new flavors. This was an interesting opportunity to examine the bars, fooducate style. What you need to know: We’re sorry … Continue reading

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Ambrosia? Yoplait’s New Greek Yogurt [Inside the Label]

Ambrosia? Yoplait’s New Greek Yogurt [Inside the Label]

Yoplait has a new Greek style yogurt out. There’s a massive marketing campaign tie in to the new Clash of the Titans movie and Athena portraying actress Izabella Miko. Strong woman eats good yogurt. Greek gods, Greek Yogurt, Yadda yadda… … Continue reading

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