Fruits and vegetables are an important part of any balanced, healthy diet, and squeezing their nutrients into a glass can be just as beneficial. But as much as we might like to think we're drinking nothing but goodness from store-bought juices, many of the choices out there can contain a lot of extra sugar. Juicing your favourite greens and fruits yourself wins hands-down. But if you're buying off the shelf, keep an eye out for labels like "added sugar". So how do these popular juices size up in calories? Step inside.
Calorie Showdown: 10 Popular Store Bought Juices