The Amazon.in and eBay.com sites have been deluged with a glut of fruit juice after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the state of California’s ban on selling it.
The California-based company that controls both sites has now said it will sell no more fruit juice for at least a year.
That is less than two weeks after the Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, ruled that it was illegal to force customers to buy it.
It’s unclear how many people have purchased fruit juice that expired in the past year, but a spokeswoman for Amazon said there were no customers who bought their fruit juice on Amazon or eBay.
She said the site is not in a position to sell expired fruit juice, and customers should look elsewhere.
She also said customers who want to purchase fresh fruit juice are welcome to order their fruit juices online.
“We know this is a difficult time for our customers and we want to help them find the best products and services for their needs,” said Ashley Smith, a spokeswoman.
It’s a great way to get your fruit juice and other produce fresh. “
In the meantime, we have a program that allows customers to order a fresh batch of fruit for up to six months.
The Supreme Court ruling on California’s expired fruit juices came as Amazon has struggled to make inroads in its retail business. “
As always, we appreciate the support of our customers.”
The Supreme Court ruling on California’s expired fruit juices came as Amazon has struggled to make inroads in its retail business.
Last year, the company reported sales of $1.3 billion for the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, and net income of $732 million.
But its online store sales were down $4.2 million from a year earlier.
Sales in the U, U.K., Australia and Japan have also been declining, with sales in the former falling 5.7% from a record high in January, according to Thomson Reuters.
Amazon has long struggled to bring in enough money to keep up with the rising cost of its services, and the company has lost money for the first time in the last two years.
Its stock price has fallen to a record low of $26.85 in February.