That’s right! Naked equals cash and you don’t even have to have a receipt! However, if you do you get more money! SO, what’s with all the Naked fuss? Turns out that products from naked juice and naked juice ingredients claimed their products to me “Non GMO (Genetically Modified).” If you purchased Naked Juice between Sept. 27, 2007 and Aug. 19, 2013, then you get money. The Naked Juice lost the suit based on misuse of health phrases, as stated on their site. The parent company to Naked Juice, Pepsi, settled for over $9 million.
The website NakedJuiceClass.com states that the misused phrases are as followed, “100% Juice,” “100% Fruit,” “From Concentrate,” “All Natural,” “All Natural Fruit,” “All Natural Fruit + Boosts” and “Non-GMO.”
The lawsuit goes on to state that Naked Juice claimed their ingredients were “All Natural” when in fact they contained GMOs and genetically altered soy.
Pepsi Scoffed at the claims but still agreed to the $9 Million dollar settlement which awards buyers $75 if you have a receipt and $45 if you don’t! Go here to claim you money.
If you love your Naked Juice, don’t worry, they still stand by their claims but say they won’t be adding it to their packaging. Here was their message via facebook to consumers ….
The ‘all natural’ claim on our label described the fruits and vegetables in the bottle—not the vitamin boosts added to some Naked beverages. Naked juice and smoothies will continue to be labeled “non-GMO,” and until there is more detailed regulatory guidance around the word “natural” —we’ve chosen not to use “All Natural” on our packaging.
Naked Juice will continue to say that they are Non GMO until independent studies prove that inaccurate.
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