I drink orange juice w/o pulp and I have always wondered why, if there is no pulp, does it always say "Shake Well"? No matter what brand I have bought.
Why do you think so?
It's probably from concentrate. That would require shaking it up.
I buy it in the produce section and I will check the ingredients. Every brand which I have bought so far has said this.
lol. That's funny. Who'd have thought you could start a thread over this?
Well... my kids hate pulp. I think it's gotta be good for you. I like it. Who knows why you have to shake it? Couldn't hurt.
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