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Kedem 100% No Sugar Added Concord Grape Juice
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TOPIC: Kedem 100% No Sugar Added Concord Grape Juice

Kedem 100% No Sugar Added Concord Grape Juice 1 year, 3 months ago #101

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Emil disagrees with the score for Kedem 100% No Sugar Added Concord Grape Juice (22 fl oz.).
Emil feels that the score should be C+ (52-59).
The reason is: ALL ingredients are gray, yet you mark the juices with "1 Bad Thing" / 1 red marked thing to avoid. What is it? Sodium Metabisulfite?
Product URL: www.foodfacts.com/NutritionFacts/Grape-J...Juice-22-fl-oz/23466


The “One Bad Thing” we report about this beverage is that it is very high in sugar and calories per serving. A very common misconception is that 100% fruit juice is a healthy product, when in fact, it is mostly sugar. A single eight ounce serving of this Grape Juice contains 32 grams of sugar and 140 calories. Compare that to Coca Cola, which contains 27 grams of sugar in an eight ounce serving – five grams fewer than a real fruit juice! This juice also doesn’t offer very much in the way of nutrients, vitamins or minerals. Fruit itself is very nutritious and often contains fiber, vitamins, and other health benefits, but fruit juice is usually all sugar with little nutrition.

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