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Claim Your $45.00 From Naked Juice for Lying about GMOs

'The Naked Juice company was sued in 2011, accused of using GMO ingredients and deceptively labeling its products, "all natural." As the Organic Consumers Association explains:

According to plaintiffs, Naked Juice used soy ingredients that are genetically engineered "by design or by contamination." (Naked Juice doesn't use certified organic or verified non-GMO soy.) Naked Juice intentionally used misleading language to give consumers "the false impression that the beverage's vitamin content is due to the nutritious fruits and juices, rather than added synthetic compounds." And the PepsiCo subsidiary contained a laundry list of synthetic chemicals, including calcium pantothenate (synthetically produced from formaldehyde).

PepsiCo, of course, is the owner of Naked Juice and also the same company that bankrolled the defeat of Prop 37 in California, the "Right to Know" GMO labeling campaign.'


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$45.00??? Hahahaha...I wish.

$45.00??? Hahahaha...I wish. I got my check in the mail about a month ago. Like someone else posted, it was only a little over $8.50. With the gas prices now, that's barely enough to justify driving to the bank to deposit it.

Yeah Same here

8 dollars and some odd change. I was like, this was pointless.

Never drank the stuff...

so I wouldn't feel right claiming.

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Got my check

After seeing this on the DP about a year ago I finally received my whopping $8.55 check from naked juice
A judge lowered the payout cause so many people signed up for the refund.


never got my check!

They ran out of $?


Ran out of money? Haha

thanks sky..

for posting a follow up!

and no, that amount ($8.55) would not have begun to cover how much i have spent over the years on this liars elixir.
ps-tasted a little too sweet even BEFORE i quit the sugar and starch..

The stuff is sweet enough to

make you cross-eyed. I couldn't drink but a swig because of glucose intolerance, but I occasionally bought it for my family.

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Have we checked the date?

Can you still make a valid claim???


that's what I read as well.

By the time I get the check...(+link to claim form)

...what will be its worth?

Well, whatever it is, I will be "exchanging" it for Lawful Money.
Like silver.

Here is the direct link to the claims form.
Name, Address, Amount of Purchases, one click and you're done.


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But I don't understand

they are forced to label their product, so we should be more informed, right? This is why I am against forced labeling, government regulations don't work.


Absolutely fonzdrew! I know there was quite the debate on the "right to Know" labeling act in CA.

All of my friends ate me alive for not supporting it.

Sorry, I just do not believe the answer to too much government and government subsidy is more government. It is asinine to me.

That law was not what it was sold to be, I don't care if Pepsi and Coke bankrolled the opposition, doesn't make it automatically right because big soda was against it.

Tried it once.

That trash tastes like... trash.

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As a general rule, class action law suites are a scam

The lawyers troll for them because they are ones who benefit and rich but the people harmed hardly ever get what they deserve or the harm was negligent not warranting the settlement.

In this case we're supposed to feel sorry for people who bought a processed and bottled fruit drink that is loaded with sugar and other additives because it had GMO fruits in it?

And as true with any other class action suite, people will line up and lie about buying the drink to try to benefit from it.

This does not look like a scam to me.....

The part I like about this is I don't care to much for Pepsi. Yes, I do like the taste of the product, but that's about it. The *KNOWN health damages of these companies products, i.e. Coke, Tyson, McDonalds, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, is STAGERING and BEYOND BELIEF!

I'd imagine you even know people who have become unwhittingly sick or even deathly ill from consumption of these products.

They've should have been condemend and brought down years ago.

They've had they're chance to do good. IMO they did not want too and have blown it for themselves.


*IMO KNOWN to the companies making the stuff, NOT the people.

Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm-

What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks

Not a scam in the traditional sense, no

But a scam none the less. Let us take another example that shows exactly why class action suits are, indeed, scams in the true sense. Now, what do we expect from a class action lawsuit? Well, some form of justice because in most cases it isn't about the money but about making the perp pay. Everybody here knows that that only true winner in a class action is the lawyers on the plaintif's side.

Anyhow, so we know that the people who are wronged are not going to end up getting the money they deserve so what we can hope for is that the business or businesses who committed the crime get a just monetary punishment. So, the example I bring forth is the recent case in silicon valley where workers from several companies sued for wage repression.


The plaintifs sought 3 billion in lost wages for some 64k workers who were underpaid and over worked due to no poach agreements between the companies in question. The laws could turn this into 9 billion for however the laws work. The lawyers, however, are happy to settle for just over 300 million or roughly $5k per worker minus lawyer fees.

In this case the tech industry wins because they screwed their workers for years on end and only have to pay four figures in compensation for six figure damages. The tech industry will win further because they don't have to admit they did anything wrong. The lawyers win because they don't have to do any real work and will probably get at least 100 million. And the workers lose because they only get a tiny fraction of what is owed them.

I am glad you are spreading

I am glad you are spreading this around. I have bought it and drank it but who knows how many times in 6 years. I don't. But I filed out the form.

Good Grief

Is there no shame, naked isn't naked? Man, I loved that juice, got some in the fridge now. The labeling is definitely deceptive if this is true. Passing this to relatives, I know of several dozen people who'll be asking for $45 if this is for real.

I'm confused, so I'm looking

I'm confused, so I'm looking at the label right now and it clearly states non-GMO, and the list of ingredients is just fruit juice and some innocent things like zinc oxide. Is this an old issue, so did they correct themselves after the lawsuit?

Sorry, I read. It's ongoing,

Sorry, I read. It's ongoing, they are changing their labels, maybe changing the juice. This will hit their sales for sure, bye bye Whole Foods.

Don't Get Naked.....


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What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks

I used to drink green machine

I used to drink green machine like it was my job. This will not even cover the money I've wasted on this before I discovered it was owned by pepsi. Thanks for posting, I'll take what I can get from these bastards.

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