We'd like to believe that juice is the cleanest and safest beverage available, but it's just as polluted as any other grocery store item.
Juicer Connections, situated in California, issued a warning following an FDA investigation in October 2022.
According to the FDA letter, the investigation uncovered several instances of dangerous manufacturing conditions and mislabeled commodities. The firm, according to the letter, failed to update its nutrition labeling and cleaning techniques.
Juicer Connections' most contentious offerings were Liquid Gold Watermelon, Simply Wholesome Watermelon, Liquid Gold Carrot, and Simply Wholesome Carrot.
The FDA letter claims that the box only mentions fruits and vegetables, despite the fact that food labels must contain all ingredients.
Those words on packaged foods are a red flag, but when there are no nutrition information, daily value percentages, or notification of possible allergens, you have a real problem.
Customers of Juicer Connections' Healthy Choice juices are safe for the time being, but anyone looking for Liquid Gold or Simply Wholesome juices, particularly carrot and watermelon varieties, should reconsider their supplier.
Healthy Choice juices are available at Grocery.com, however the brand is not active on social media. A three-day detox kit with nine branded juice bottles costs $84.
It's similar to cheap juice cleanses. Finally, you might be better off purchasing juice from a different company.