My point exactly. Sweeping generalizations are not valuable because we don't have enough data. I'm not against talking about the problems. I'm against making sweeping generalizations on insufficient information.You can't just ask people do their math work when you do absolutely nothing to show your own work.
Juiced does have their own issues. I can speak from my experience too.
You don't have your data, you can't say with 99.7% confidence interval (which is 3 standard deviation away from the mean) to the statistical data whether or not all the people are complaining about Juiced quality are outliers.
Some people are happy, ok fine, but there are people who had problems too. We do not have data to prove exactly how many people had problems.