Fruit and vegetable blends, reduced-calorie lines and low-sodium introductions hydrate the juice aisle
Getting vitamin C is no longer the only benefit of drinking a glass of juice. That's because an increasing number of shelf-stable brands now contain carrots, beets and other vegetables. Such beverages are appealing at a time when most people don't meet the government's recommendation to eat at least five servings of vegetables every day. Wholesaler Unified Grocers, Los Angeles, carries 12 shelf-stable juice brands, including Hansen's, Kerns, Langers, Nestlé Juicy Juice, Martinelli's, ...
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