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Do fruit and vegetable juices count toward your recommended daily fruit intake? Learn more about fruit juice and juice drinks.

100% Juice

Many countries and regions of the world have established specific dietary guidelines for their populations. For example, Food-Based Dietary Guidelines for South Africans have been established, and in the United States the Dietary Guidelines for Americans have been in place since 1980. Regardless of the country or region, there are broad recommendations that people consume plenty of fruits and vegetables. Fruit and vegetable juices can help provide a portion of the recommended daily intake.

In addition to various vitamins and minerals juices contain polyphenols . Polyphenols are a class of compounds that are believed to have antioxidant properties. Research is ongoing to better understand their mechanism of action and function in the body.

And, because 100% juices are derived from fruit, they naturally contain fructose, glucose, and sucrose, sugars found in fruit that provide carbohydrates and calories (energy).

From orange juice to apple juice and everything in between, this popular beverage comes in a variety of forms, including, pulp-free, not-from-concentrate, from concentrate, frozen concentrate, flavored juice blends, fortified, and those that contain other beneficial ingredients, such as plant sterols.

To learn more about the nutritional content of our 100% juice beverages, be sure to read product labels which will provide, in accordance with local or regional labeling guidelines, valuable nutrition information. Our policy is to provide nutrition labeling information for all of our products, with the exception of certain glass bottles, fountain beverages and waters (unsweetened, unflavored), for which nutrition information is provided by alternate means, e.g., via corporate websites.

We believe in the importance and power of ‘informed choice,' and continue to support fact based nutrition labeling and education and initiatives that encourage people to live active, healthy lifestyles.

Get more information on The Coca-Cola Company's approach to nutrition labeling.

Juice Drinks

The nutrient content of juice drinks varies widely depending on factors like how much juice is used in a product and whether any nutrients have been added.

To learn more about the nutritional content of juice drinks, be sure to read product labels which will provide, in accordance with local or regional labeling guidelines, valuable nutrition information. Our policy is to provide nutrition labeling information for all of our products, with the exception of certain glass bottles, fountain beverages and waters (unsweetened, unflavored), for which nutrition information is provided by alternate means, e.g., via corporate websites.

We believe in the importance and power of ‘informed choice,' and continue to support fact based nutrition labeling and education and initiatives that encourage people to live active, healthy lifestyles.

Get more information on The Coca-Cola Company's approach to nutrition labeling.