I've juiced 16 oranges. You get about 1.5 to 2 glasses full of juice - no where near a carton. I've also added water to those 16 oranges to fill up a carton, and the result is pretty watered down juice - Blech!
Taken from the previous link:
"Some products, as Natural News has reported, are labeled "100 percent pomegranate juice," but in fact are filled mostly with other fruit juices or sugar water.
Beverage giant Coca-Cola was recently able to dodge a federal claim of false advertising on one of its "pomegranate" drinks - but just barely. Minute Maid, which is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola, can continue to label one of its drinks "Pomegranate Blueberry," even though it is almost entirely made of apple and grape juices, and contains a paltry 0.3 percent pomegranate juice and 0.2 percent blueberry juice."
Now all we have to wonder is "how much" of that 0.2% juice is "actually" "real" juice? And people STILL want a government nanny state to take care of them. Mind blowing isn't it?
http://www.mediafire.com/?s4snpbpsts5b3 - Thx sovereignjanice
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