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Photo of a glass of tomato juice
Photo of a glass of fresh juice
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Foods Included

Cranberry, Apple, Grapefruit, Orange, Fruit/Vegetable blend, Tomato


Most juices that are sold in stores contain as much sugar as some sodas. A healthier option is to water down juices by adding at least 50% water. Or add fresh fruit to water to make your own delicious drink.

Buy It

  • Look for juices that have "100% juice" in the ingredient list. Avoid juices made with high fructose corn syrup or sugar.

Store It

  • Store juices in the fridge if fresh or after opening juices that were stored on shelves. Drink within 7 to 10 days of opening.

Cook It

  • Dilute juice with water or use it to flavor sparkling water for a refreshing drink.

Why It's Great

  • Vitamin C keeps our immune system strong and helps our bodies heal quickly.


Try It

Orange Freeze
5 mins
Apple Glazed Sweet Potatoes
40 mins
Mango Smoothie
5 mins
Raspberry Lime Fizz
10 mins
Banana Berry Smoothie
5 mins
Tropical Eye Opener
5 mins

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