With low-carb dieting a distant memory, juice and juice blends have been enjoying steady growth during the past few years. Many health-conscious shoppers are eager to try out the latest “superfood” or just get a quick antioxidant fix, and these drinks offer a simple, relatively inexpensive way for them to add something to their diet that they can feel good about. According to Information Resources Inc., Chicago, the total refrigerated juice/drink category grew approximately 4.2% during the ...

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