Sunday, September 11, 2005

real fruit juice

90% of all products claiming "made with real fruit juice" usually has "10% fruit juice" written somewhere else on the packaging in fine print.


Blogger Balloon Pirate said...

welcome to the world, mom.


5:40 PM  
Blogger Old Man Rich said...

Ok. Now I'm worrying about the 10% that don't say 10% fruit juice somewhere else on the packaging in fine print.

5:01 AM  
Blogger mal said...

yup, as in all thing, have to read the labels carefully. Guess what? even 100% real juice does not mean its 100% of THAT juice

6:32 AM  
Blogger Old Man Rich said...

ok. let me get this straight.
So I buy Orange juice - made with real fruit.
90% of it is not fruit juice. (tree sap? rhino jizzum? who knows)
10% of it is fruit juice. But not orange?
Doesn't this breach some law or other? I mean - orange juice. Its the juice from oranges. Rhino jizzum and kumquat. Its rhino jizzum and kumquat. Easy.
But the orange juice is really rhino jizzum and kumquat? And should I purchase a bottle of Rhino Jizzum and kumquat, it turns out that its 90% tree sap, 9% unspecified animal jizzum and 1% that may or may not be orange juice? It makes no sense. I'm calling the U.N.

9:55 AM  

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