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Why a Lawsuit Says Naked Juice’s Labels Are Misleading—and How the Company Is Pushing Back

This post originally appeared in Business Insider. PepsiCo is hitting back on a lawsuit filed against the company's Naked Juice brand, saying claims by the consumer-advocacy group Public Interest are "baseless." "I feel confident that consumers have the clear information on our labels and the way that we've designed them to understand and make the choices that they need to make," Naked Juice's general manager Andrea Theodore told Business Insider.
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