Isn’t Orange Juice Supposed To Be… Orange?
Usually, what you see is what you get. But that isn’t the case for orange juice. Usually, orange juice sells itself. It’s packed with nutrients and vitamins (Vitamin C, Potassium, and Folates, to name a few.) And the most obvious: It’s delicious. But whoever decided to put it under a microscope must have been shocked to see it’s more than meets the eye. Orange juice under the microscope is multi-colored and looks like a stained glass window. Surprisingly, it has green, blue, purple, yellow, orange, and red pieces that look like glass shards. But orange juice is NOT orange. Is this false advertising? (Researchgate)