Bethenny Frankel in Trouble for False, Unhealthy Advertising?

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Is Bethenny Frankel a fraud?

As first reported by The Huffington Post, the Whole Foods supermarket chain has pulled all Skinnygirl cocktails from its shelves because, contrary to its on-bottle advertising claim, the company says these products do NOT possess all-natural ingredients.

“The store prides itself in selling the best quality whole products that our high-end consumers expect. Not novelty products that are shaded with secrecy," a Whole Foods source says, referring to the fact that no ingredients are actually listed on the Skinnygirl bottle or package.

Paul Bernon and Bethenny Frankel

No comment yet from Frankel or anyone in her camp, but might the reality star's motto be telling? She often tells pals: "You have to fake it until you make it."

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