Nestle Co. lied about what was in their juice bottle.
I wanted to purchase grape juice and saw bottles of Nestle Juicy Juice 100% Juice with GRAPE printed on the front with pictures of grapes.
After I bought it and got home I found out that it was apple juice with a little grape juice added for color to further fool the customer.It tasted nothing like grape juice.
The label on the side of the container stated apple juice was the primary juice and grape juice was added along with natural flavors. I have the bottle to prove how it was packaged and sold. The front of the bottle made no reference to apple juice being in the bottle even though it is the primary ingredient.
Is this even legal to so deceive the customer?I will never buy a product from Nestle again!
Monetary Loss: $3.