Report: Claims on fruit-juice labels can be misleading

02/2/2012 | United Press International

Some fruit-juice labels mislead consumers by touting healthy ingredients when the product mostly contains the least expensive and least nutritious juice types, according to the nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest. Its review found that some orange juices that claim to promote heart health actually contain only a small fraction of omega-3 fish oils or plant sterols.

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