An NYU study has found that children's fruit drinks often include misleading and confusing labelling about fruit and sugar content, and the researchers have offered recommendations to the FDA to better regulate them.
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University of Connecticut
Although health and nutrition experts have warned that these products can contain elevated levels of sugar and sodium, the rise in sales is due to an increase of advertising, according to researchers from the University of Connecticut.
Designed and tested on the University of Connecticut farm, the sensors are small enough to insert into the soil and less expensive to manufacture than current technology.