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2020-07-01 9:42:25 PM  
That's a shame.  I was quite partial to the algae and lawn clippings flavored one.
 
2020-07-02 12:36:28 AM  
I understand buying soda, because having carbonation at home is a problem.  But smoothies from a store?  It's ice, fruit, yogurt in the blender.  Takes seconds to make.  Can't believe the choices some people make.
 
2020-07-02 2:31:27 AM  
TIL Coca-Cola had a smoothie brand called Odwalla
 
2020-07-02 4:48:07 AM  
Coca cola's business model is to make people fat and give them diabetes
 
2020-07-02 10:46:37 AM  

Charles of York: Coca cola's business model is to make people fat and give them diabetes


I mean, these smoothie drinks are loaded with tons of sugar too.


/Will have a 'Naked' juice every now and again (they're owned by Pepsi).
 
2020-07-02 11:02:42 AM  

markie_farkie: That's a shame.  I was quite partial to the algae and lawn clippings flavored one.


You hit the nail on the head. You get my funny.
 
2020-07-02 11:32:34 AM  

cherryl taggart: I understand buying soda, because having carbonation at home is a problem.  But smoothies from a store?  It's ice, fruit, yogurt in the blender.  Takes seconds to make.  Can't believe the choices some people make.


And hamburgers and coffee are super easy to make.   But people still patronize MacDonald's and Dunkin Donuts.   What's your point?


I'll miss Odwalla because I could convince myself that I was drinking something at least potentially healthy.   Although if I'd known Coca-Cola made it, I probably would have been even more skeptical than I was.

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2020-07-02 12:22:13 PM  
Those drinks helped me start eating healthier, until I realized I wanted less fruit/sugar and more green vegetables, carrots, and so on.

Once I realized I could make greener smoothies myself for cheaper, I never bought Odwalla or Naked again.

Also, vitamins deteriorate after blending/cell-wall destruction. I questioned what was left after blending, pasteurizing, and transportation.
 
jvl [BareFark]
2020-07-02 6:17:35 PM  

Charles of York: Coca cola's business model is to make people fat and give them diabetes


Odwalla's originally business model was to give people E-coli and kill an 18-month old.

// Fark them and their original "no nasty pasteurization" stupidity
 
2020-07-02 8:31:05 PM  

jvl: Charles of York: Coca cola's business model is to make people fat and give them diabetes

Odwalla's originally business model was to give people E-coli and kill an 18-month old.

// Fark them and their original "no nasty pasteurization" stupidity


Find me a national American company that *hasn't* killed a baby.

Not sure if that's a comment on the fragility of babies or the horribleness of the American corporate-scape.
 
2020-07-02 8:58:59 PM  
My daughter drinks that
 
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