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Parents and Kids Are Still Being Fooled by Beverage Marketers

Deceptive ads sugarcoat fruity drinks aimed at kids

Each of these fruity looking drinks contains about 2 teaspoons of sugar per pouch. Neither contains any real juice. Photos courtesy of the author.

MMisleading and deceptive labels on sweetened drinks aimed at children contribute to their dominance over real juice — the stuff made 100% from fruit — in sales nationwide, a new report finds. 62% of fruit drinks and flavored waters intended for kids contain added sugars…

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Robert Roy Britt

Robert Roy Britt

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Author of “Make Sleep Your Superpower: A Guide to Greater Health, Happiness & Productivity.” Independent journalist covering physical health & mental wellness.