The best-selling juice maker, Orange Juice Co., has said it will stop selling its most popular product, the Orange Juice Bottle, at the end of the year.
The move follows a two-year campaign by the company to change the way it sells juice and other beverages.
The company’s move comes amid an ongoing controversy over a controversial California law that bars the sale of flavoured juice products to minors.
The Orange Juice Bottles were designed to give people an alternative to the more common, white-coloured, plastic bottles of bottled water.
The bottles are made from recycled plastic and can be bought from stores.
The new bottles have a different design and are made in a factory in China.
The bottle of juice, which costs $5.99, has been available at grocery stores, supermarkets and online since January and is a favorite among children and teenagers.
The product is also popular among college students, who use it to fill their bottles of water and juices.
A spokeswoman for the company said that the Orange, Juice and Juice Bags were created to give juice drinkers a more authentic experience.
“We want to bring back the orange and the juice to people,” said Lauren Cisneros.
“It’s an authentic orange and an authentic juice and you can’t have one without the other.”
We wanted to bring our fans back to the orange, and we’ve had some success with that,” she said.
While the company says the bottles are healthier, the company’s parent company, the beverage maker, PepsiCo, said in a statement that the bottles were designed for the consumer who wanted a cheaper alternative to buying a bottle of water.”
PepsiCo is a company of great taste and integrity. “
These are the same exact bottles that were sold to our consumers for over 30 years.”
“PepsiCo is a company of great taste and integrity.
We believe that all people are equal and that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect,” the company added.
In February, the California state health department issued a warning to parents that there is no safe way to juice their children and that any juice that comes into contact with a child’s mouth should be avoided.