Consumers know they should eat more fruit and vegetables — and are turning to the juice aisle for help. Juices that contain not only fruit, but also vegetables and added vitamins and minerals are catering to shoppers looking for ways to live healthier lifestyles. “Most people want ‘healthy’ foods to be just as convenient as fast foods in our society, so it is no surprise that juice blends are becoming more popular in stores,” said Monica Amburn, registered ...

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