Orange juice vs. Coke: Which is more processed?

Mass-producing Simply Orange brand O.J. is far from simple

Do you really know what you're drinking?
(Image credit:  Facebook/Simply Orange Juice/Coca-Cola)

Orange juice: It's a healthy, natural alternative to soda, right? After all, O.J. is packed with Vitamin C, it's still the same color as the fruit it comes from, and the packaging usually shows a fresh, juicy orange plucked straight from the tree. How processed could it be — especially compared with a can of Coke?

Apparently a lot more processed than it looks, at least for Coca-Cola Company's Minute Maid and Simply Orange brands.

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