If a label says "made with real fruit" or "contains fruit juice," that can mean it has a single blueberry or even a dash of juice concentrate. The FDA doesn't dictate how much real fruit must be used for companies to make these claims, so high-sugar products like fruit snacks, granola bars, cereals, and juice drinks often contain very little.
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