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I Turned Into My Mother By Spamming Everyone I Know With This Naked Juice Settlement Claim

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Naked Juice Settlement ClaimIt has officially happened! This is so something my mom would do, fire up her internet machine and send everyone she can think of a class action settlement form for a product they may use.I mean this as a compliment, she would be all “It’s a waste of money not to! You buy the juices anyway!”  I emailed this to all my co-workers, including one of my bosses who is still on maternity leave (!!!!!!!) and some of my friends and family members (including my own mom!) and then I was thinking:

Hmmm, who else may benefit from this? 

And I thought of you guys! I am basically two seconds away from Emailing people like those long lists of “funny cat pictures” or bad spam Snopes-worthy chain Email newsletters about how certain household cleaners cause cancer. SAD FACE. Not that MY mom does that, but it strikes me as something old ladies do.

You guys I only do this because I love you!

So, chances are you may have consumed one of those yummy yummy Naked brand juices you usually find at your local Whole Paycheck or other grocery store. There is a class action settlement because these juices, all though delicious, aren’t so all-natural. From ABC.com:

Naked Juice fans who bought bottles of the beverage in the last six years could get up to $75 in payments from a $9 million class action settlement fund after plaintiffs questioned the company’s claims of “100 percent juice,” “all natural” and other labeling.

Individuals who purchased eligible Naked Juice flavors like Green Machine, and other products listed on NakedJuiceClass.com, between Sept. 27, 2007 and Aug. 19, 2013 can send in a claim form electronically or through mail by Dec. 17, 2013. People who bought Naked Juice and still have a proof of purchase are entitled to a cash payment of up to $75 while those without proof are eligible for up to $45, depending on how much you spent on Naked Juice.

Here is the link to the settlement form. I always buy this juice, and my family loves many varieties of this product, but I always purchased it assuming it was “all natural.”

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to be over here watching Murder She Wrote reruns but feel free to contact me if you need a casserole recipe or something. I’m so old you guys!

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10 Comments

  1. alice

    August 28, 2013 at 9:39 am

    i got to the “upload something something” part of the claim, and gave up. i’m too lazy.

    as a side note: in the United States, the word “natural” has no legal definition, so companies are free to use it as they please on their products. the FDA does not regulate that word. for instance, many products labeled “natural” still contain GMOs, growth hormones, pesticides, etc. (wtf, right!)

    “100% juice” on the other hand, is pretty straightforward.

    • Eve Vawter

      August 28, 2013 at 9:49 am

      You don’t need to upload anything. If you don’t have a receipt you go to that link and it seriously takes two seconds.

    • alice

      August 28, 2013 at 10:00 am

      i did it! great success…

    • Eve Vawter

      August 28, 2013 at 10:05 am

      GOOD GIRL (OMG I AM A MOM)

    • Alicia Kiner

      August 28, 2013 at 10:09 am

      And to add to your list… high fructose corn syrup, which I myself am trying to eliminate from my house (and is in TONS of stuff) is 100% natural. I also find it amusing that Karo corn syrup advertises on it’s label that is free of high fructose corn syrup… a bit ironic that! lol

      All that being said, I like Naked juices as well, especially when I find myself running errands longer than expected and haven’t eaten, they have a high protein banana smoothie one that is tasty. This whole lifestyle change is hard, and I thought these products were a step in the right direction. Don’t I feel cheated. Boo. 🙁

    • Rachel Sea

      August 28, 2013 at 1:29 pm

      Corn syrup and HFCS are different, the latter is more processed.

  2. LadyClodia

    August 28, 2013 at 10:08 am

    Forwarded this on to my husband; he used to buy the juice a lot. Thanks!

  3. Lisa

    August 28, 2013 at 10:08 am

    Ugh! I used to drink the Green Machine all the time when I was pregnant because during the first few months it seemed to be the only thing I could keep down. I had thought it was a healthy option and I loved the taste. -_-. Hurray America.

  4. mel

    August 28, 2013 at 1:54 pm

    My son has drank this juice but honestly, I don’t care about getting any money. Products should be labeled correctly though.

  5. SusannahJoy

    August 28, 2013 at 11:50 pm

    I like the Naked juice, but being from Bakersfield I usually went with Bolthouse cuz it was local. And I liked knowing who I was supporting. Although these days I can’t afford any of that.

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