What's in 100% fruit juice?

100% fruit juice is simply fruit that has been juiced. Like whole fruit, it naturally contains around 10% sugars while the remaining 90% is made up of water, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients – all of which come straight from the whole fruit from which it is squeezed.1,2

Take a look at the various components of fruit juice to find out more.
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Nutritional facts

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Nutritional profile

Juices naturally contain around 10% sugars, and the remaining 90% is water, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.

The exact vitamins, minerals and nutrients in fruit juices vary, depending on the whole fruit from which they’re made; for example, 100% orange juice is a rich source of vitamin C and also contains nutrients including folate and potassium, plus smaller amounts of many others.

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Myth busting

Often people are given conflicting or misleading information in the media about fruit juices. We’ve looked at the science to explain some of the most common misconceptions.

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Nutritional profile

Fibre
Why is fibre important?

The fibre in 100% fruit juice is naturally occurring and comes from the whole fruit from which fruit juice is made.1

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Carbohydrates and sugars
Carbohydrates and sugars in 100% fruit juice

The carbohydrates in 100% fruit juice, including the sugars, are naturally occurring and come from the whole fruit from which it is squeezed.1

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Vitamins and minerals
Vitamins and minerals in 100% fruit juice

The vitamins and minerals in 100% fruit juice come straight from the whole fruit from which it is squeezed,1 and contribute towards a healthy, balanced diet. 

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