The Dangers of “Fruit Drinks” (Infographic)

Soda may come to mind when thinking of sugar-packed drinks, but the top 16 sugary drinks on the market are actually so-called “fruit drinks.” Even drinks with less than 1% fruit juice are allowed by the FDA to be called a fruit drink. What else is disturbing about these deceptive beverages? Learn more about soda’s evil twin below.

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Laura R.
Laura R3 years ago

wow! I always look on the package how much fruit there is actually in juice. I only buy real juice, with at least 50% fruit and no added sugar. And I only drink it to get some more vitamins, most of the day I just drink plain tap water.

Stephanie Reap
Stephanie Reap3 years ago

what a wake up call!

Tim C.
Tim C3 years ago


Allen O.
Allen O3 years ago

I usually drink ice coffee, water or coconut water.

Natasha Salgado
natasha salgado3 years ago

I make my own juice always! Most juices have but a trickle of actual fruit juice in them. Thanks!

Aud Nordby
Aud nordby3 years ago


Terry V.
Terry V3 years ago


Nils Anders Lunde
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Angie V.
Angie V3 years ago

wow ty

Melania Padilla
Melania Padilla3 years ago

Thanks, natural will always be better! I make my juices, I don´t buy any brand. Sharing