Alissa Hamilton, author of Squeezed: What You Don’t Know about Orange Juice was featured in a recent article from Men’s Health magazine titled “The Worst Chemicals in Your Food.” While many orange juice brands tout their products as “all natural” and “freshly squeezed” the fruit beverage’s delicious flavor does not come
Last week, Alissa Hamilton appeared on the Dr. Oz Show for an interview segment, "Is Your Orange Juice Safe?" Watch the show online and read below her responses to the questions of Juice: What You Need to Know. To ensure that your orange juice is not tainted by contaminants, Dr.
The following article was originally published by CUESA and also appeared on CivilEats.com: It's citrus season in California, and yet many of us are drinking orange juice out of cartons — juice from Florida oranges picked last spring, stored without oxygen and then flavored with synthetically produced "flavor packs." I
Alissa Hamilton was interviewed on Food Chain Radio‘s October 17th show, entitled “Squeezed Fresh.” Click here to listen to the full interview and see below for the show description: It’s pure, and natural, and squeezed fresh. And so we buy the orange juice and drink it to break our fast
The following article by Georgia Orcutt originally appeared in the Boston Parents Paper: It’s another morning and your household is buzzing as everyone gets up, gets dressed and grabs something to eat. Out comes the cereal, the toast, and, most likely, the orange juice. Chances are you consider it one
The following feature originally appeared on blogTO.com: In the feature "You Are What You Eat" I talk to Toronto personalities, musicians, artists and other interesting folks about where, how and what they eat. After all, food is the window to the soul. In this installment, I caught up with Toronto
The following interview was conducted by Susan Sampson, food writer for the Toronto Star, and originally appeared in that publication: That glass of sunshine sitting on the breakfast table isn't as pure and simple as you think it is, according to an exposé of the orange juice industry. In her
The following article and interview originally appeared in the Boston Globe: What could be simpler than a glass of orange juice? The beverage holds a place in the pantheon of wholesome American breakfast foods, on equal footing with toast, cereal, and eggs. It's pure and natural, ads tell us, and