The 10 Unhealthiest Juices On Grocery Store Shelves 

Fruit punches often contain added sugars, artificial flavors, and minimal real fruit juice. They can be high in calories without providing substantial nutritional benefits. 

1. Sugary Fruit Punch 

Many commercial cranberry cocktails have added sugars to offset the tartness of the berries. Opt for 100% pure cranberry juice or dilute with water to reduce sugar content. 

2. Cranberry Cocktail  

Grape drinks may contain high-fructose corn syrup or added sugars, contributing to excess calories without the fiber found in whole grapes. 

3. Grape Drink  

Some orange drinks are made with minimal actual orange juice and may contain added sugars, artificial colors, and flavors. 

4. Orange Drink 

Apple juice cocktails often contain added sugars and may lack the fiber present in whole apples. Choose 100% pure apple juice or, even better, eat a whole apple for the nutritional benefits. 

5. Apple Juice         Cocktail       

Fruit cocktail juices can be high in added sugars and may not provide the same health benefits as consuming whole fruits. 

6. Fruit Cocktail Juice 

Pineapple juice drinks may contain added sugars and lack the fiber and nutrients found in whole pineapples. Opt for 100% pure pineapple juice if needed. 

7. Pineapple Juice Drink   

Mixed berry juice cocktails may have added sugars and limited real fruit content. Check labels for added sugars and opt for 100% pure berry juice. 

8. Mixed Berry Juice Cocktail 

Commercial lemonades can be high in added sugars, contributing to excess calorie intake without the nutritional benefits of real lemons. 

9. Lemonade  

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