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TOPIC: Bolthouse Farms C-Boost Fruit Smoothie

Bolthouse Farms C-Boost Fruit Smoothie 1 year, 3 months ago #94

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Nanika disagrees with the score for Bolthouse Farms C-Boost Fruit Smoothie (15.2 fl oz).
Nanika feels that the score should be B+ (77-84).
The reason is: Contains mainly natural products

We appreciate your feedback regarding this product and understand that the ingredient list looks all natural. Unfortunately, it also contains “natural flavors,” which is a label that food manufacturers can use for a combination of any number of chemicals that they don’t have to disclose. We find that lack of transparency, and the potential for allergen contamination, to be controversial which is why it lowers the score. Additionally, this product is very high in calories and sugar. Yes, it provides a lot of vitamin C, but there are also healthier ways to achieve that vitamin intake without the added calories.

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Product Info: Bolthouse Farms C-Boost Fruit Smoothie (15.2 fl oz)
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