Last month, Kraft Foods faced a lawsuit from the Center for Science in the Public Interest for printing the “all natural” claim on packages of Capri-Sun juice beverages. Several months before that, the consumer advocacy group threatened to sue Cadbury Schweppes, the manufacturer of 7UP and its newly formulated “100% Natural” blend. At issue is the fact that both beverages contain high-fructose corn syrup, a sweetener made by breaking down and reordering glucose molecules — something critics ...
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