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.1,2Take a look at the various components of fruit juice to find out more.
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Juices naturally contain around 10% sugars, and the remaining 90% is water, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.1
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.1
Click on the topics below to read more about what makes up the nutritional profile of 100% fruit juice. To learn more about orange juice in particular, see our factsheet “Nutritional Profile of 100% Orange Juice”.
1. UK Department of health. Nutrient analysis of fruit and vegetables. Available at: