Tropicana failed to dismiss a lawsuit that claims the company falsely labeled its orange juice as “100 percent pure and natural,” despite its use of pasteurization, processing, coloring and flavoring.
Studies suggest that calorie counts are way off, especially for raw and unprocessed foods.
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Iowa is taking up the fight for the right to know if it’s GMO. Here’s an update on the movement that’s expanding nationwide.