Carb Comedown

Overall, sales of refrigerated juices fell 2.9 percent in dollars and 2.3 percent in units during the 52-week period ending October 31, 2004, according to Chicago-based Information Resources Inc. (IRI). Bottled juice sales didn't fare much better, dropping 1.1 percent and 1.3 percent, respectively. That's exactly the fate suffered by juice manufacturers since the dawn of the low-carb craze. Once considered by many to be the elixir of good health, juices have taken quite a blow due to their relatively high carb content.

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