From link in first post;
"And Americans, especially the nation’s children, drink a lot of juice. More than 80 percent of parents of children age 3 and younger give their kids fruit juice at least sometimes, according to a recent national Consumer Reports survey of 3,002 parents. In 74 percent of those cases, kids drink juice once a day or more."
As I said before, fruit juices aren't really healthy because they create a spike in sugar due to the body processing the juice very quickly. I don't buy fruit juice anymore, only vegetable juices like V8 and Mott's. 7g/250ml compared to 25g/250ml. I find it mind boggling that a business like Booster Juice is successful.
Gratification through materialism is a fruitless pursuit.