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64-Oz Ocean Spray Frutas Frescas Fruit Juice Drink

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Target has select 64-Oz Ocean Spray Frutas Frescas Fruit Juice Drinks on sale for $1.59 when you save the Target Circle Offer for 50% Off Ocean Spray Frutas Frescas located on the product page. Select free store pickup where available.

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Target has 50% off on two variants of ocean spray via Target Circle offer
Free store pickup or drive through( additional 5% on target red card )

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Juice "drink". 15% real juice.
Each Circle offer can be used for a maximum of 4 qualifying items per transaction, unless otherwise noted. Limit 1 Circle account per transaction and 6 Circle transactions per day

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Each Circle offer can be used for a maximum of 4 qualifying items per transaction, unless otherwise noted. Limit 1 Circle account per transaction and 6 Circle transactions per day
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Juice "drink". 15% real juice.
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Juice "drink". 15% real juuce.
Correct it has to say 100% real juice or it isnt
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Very good deal, but not 100% real juice and so much added sugar for the serving size.
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Correct it has to say 100% real juice or it isnt
This stuff is pretty much in equivalent to soda when it comes to sugar content
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Correct it has to say 100% real juice or it isnt
Even "100% juice" isn't actually 100% juice, such as OS cranberry, Trop OJ and others imho.

Something like unfiltered organic apple juice from Trader Joe's seems to be one of the closest things to real juice available in a major store, imho.
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Even "100% juice" isn't actually 100% juice, such as OS cranberry, Trop OJ and others imho.

Something like unfiltered organic apple juice from Trader Joe's seems to be one of the closest things to real juice available in a major store, imho.
True but this is wore than the usual 100% juice on the label


This juice has a crap load of preservatives and who else knows. My Gerd gets way worse drinking this stuff vs 100% juice varieties from ocean spray
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Target has 50% off on two variants of ocean spray via Target Circle offer
Free store pickup or drive through( additional 5% on target red card )

https://www.target.com/p/ocean-sp...A-85126012

https://www.target.com/p/ocean-sp...A-85126011
Good deal for what it is. At least there's no HFCS. In the end, it doesn't matter nearly as much as most people think. For the most part, sugar is sugar. Unless we're talking fresh-squeezed juice from fruit you planted yourself and monitored carefully, there won't be much of a difference between this and most of the major "100% juice" brands in a supermarket.

Perhaps a top doctor can chime in confirming this. Come on now, it's worth that few seconds away from the one to ten million bucks per year you're making while working, to help other Slickdealers. nod
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This stuff is pretty much in equivalent to soda when it comes to sugar content
Something else is also added because my Gerd gets out of control with this stuff. I only buy brands that advertise 100% juice even if some on here want to say it isn't. Something is added but makes my stomach burn like a mofo
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True but this is wore than the usual 100% juice on the label


This juice has a crap load of preservatives and who else knows. My Gerd gets way worse drinking this stuff vs 100% juice varieties from ocean spray
Yes it's worse, but it really doesn't matter much at all, in general. See above post.

If you're a specific case where it does matter, then nevermind. We must all do what is best for each of us. nod

For me in particular, I'd do better drinking this 15% stuff than with "100% organic juice." I'm not gonna go into why, however.
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Yes it's worse, but it really doesn't matter much at all, in general. See above post.

If you're a specific case where it does matter, then nevermind. We must all do what is best for each of us. nod

For me in particular, I'd do better drinking this 15% stuff than with "100% organic juice." I'm not gonna go into why, however.
Actually the experts already wrote an article on this subject and will disagree with your statement
https://www.eatthis.com/worst-hea...ht-juices/
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Actually the experts already wrote an article on this subject and will disagree with your statement
https://www.eatthis.com/worst-hea...ht-juices/
Actually, what I wrote is gold, and you should re-read it. Make sure you fully understand all of the words and terms used.

After that, do a ton of research, ask a top doctor and then come back and tell me I was right.

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There's no good reason to drink beverages like this. It has zero nutritional value. I'm not a health nut, not even close but I don't understand why people don't exclusively drink diet/no sugar beverages. You get used to it very quickly and then trying to drink anything with heavy sugar is so noticeable it's gross.

Off topic but at a bar/restaurant I saw a guy order pulled pork Mac and cheese and put salt on it before even tasting it. As if that meal didn't have enough sodium or flavor? 🤣
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