Lawsuit: PepsiCo’s Naked Juice Drinks Mislead Shoppers About Ingredients, Sugar Content

Chris Morran

Should a drink called “Kale Blazer” have kale as its primary ingredient? When something says “no sugar added” on the label, do you think that means the beverage is low in sugar? These and many other questions may eventually possibly be answered by a new lawsuit filed against PepsiCo.

This morning, the folks at the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) filed a lawsuit against PepsiCo over the marketing of the company’s Naked line of juice drinks.

The complaint, which represents a trio of Naked customers (as in people who bought Naked products; not people who shopped while naked), accuses PepsiCo of making false and misleading claims about these juice drinks.

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