List of juices

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This is a list of juices. Juice is a liquid that is naturally contained in fruit and vegetables. It can also refer to liquids that are flavored with these or other biological food sources such as meat and seafood. It is commonly consumed as a beverage or used as an ingredient or flavoring in foods.

Fresh-squeezed orange juice
Jus gandaria, mango plum juice


Juice Primary ingredient Classification Notes
Açaí juice Açaí Fruit
Ade (drink suffix) Varies Rarely carbonated fruit drink
Aloe vera juice Aloe Used in alternative medicine
Apple juice[1] Apple Fruit
Avocado juice Avocado Fruit Indonesian drink
Beet juice Beetroot Vegetable
Blackcurrant juice Blackcurrant Berry
Mountain begonia Begonia fimbristipula Herbal Southeast Asia
Cantaloupe juice[1] Cantaloupe Fruit
Carrot juice Carrot Vegetable
Celery juice[2] Celery Vegetable
Chanh muối Lime Fruit Pickled limeade
Cherry juice Cherry Fruit
Clam juice Clams Seafood
Cranberry juice Cranberry Fruit This usually refers to sweetened juice
Coconut water Green coconut Fruit
Coconut milk Matured coconut Fruit
Cucumber juice[1][3] Cucumber Vegetable
Dandelion-green juice[1] Dandelion Vegetable
Grape juice[1] Grape Fruit
Grapefruit juice[1] Grapefruit Fruit
Guava juice Guava Fruit
Honeydew juice[1] Honeydew Fruit
Izze Various carbonated flavors Fruit
Jus gandaria[4] Mango plum Fruit Ambon, Indonesia
Kaffir lime juice Kaffir lime Fruit Used in traditional medicine consumed and also used topically[5]
Kiwifruit juice[6] Kiwifruit Fruit
Lemonade Lemons Fruit drink
Lemon juice[1] Lemons Fruit
Limeade Limes Fruit drink
Limonana Lime and spearmint Fruit
Lingonberry juice Lingonberry Fruit
Lychee juice Lychee Fruit
Mango juice Mango Fruit
Melon juice[1] Melon Fruit
Mora (drink) Blackberries Fruit drink
Must Grapes Fruit
Orange juice[1] Oranges Fruit drink
'Otai Fruit drink
Papaya juice[1] Papaya Fruit
Parsley juice[1] Parsley Vegetable
Petimezi Grape Fruit
Pineapple juice Pineapple Fruit
Pog Passionfruit, orange, guava Fruit drink A blend of passionfruit, orange and guava juices hence the name "POG"
Pomegranate juice Pomegranate Fruit
Prune juice Prunes Fruit
Raspberry vinegar Raspberries Fruit vinegar
Rose's lime juice Limes Branded fruit juice The world's first branded fruit juice drink[7][8]
Şalgam Carrots Vegetable
Spinach juice[1] Spinach Vegetable
Strawberry juice Strawberries Fruit
Sugarcane juice Sugarcane Fruit While not a fruit, juice is sweet and consumed similarly to fruit juice
Tejuino Fermented corn Vegetable
Tomato juice Tomatoes Vegetable
Turnip juice[1] Turnip Vegetable
Vegetable juice Vegetables Vegetable
Watercress juice[1] Watercress Vegetable
Wheatgrass juice Wheatgrass Vegetable
Winter melon punch Winter melon Fruit drink

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Balch, P.A. (2003). Prescription for Dietary Wellness. Avery. pp. 36–38. ISBN 978-1-58333-147-7.
  2. ^ Jensen, B. (1993). Foods That Heal: A Guide to Understanding and Using the Healing Powers of Natural Foods. Avery Publishing Group. p. 126. ISBN 978-0-89529-563-7.
  3. ^ Bader, M.H. (2010). The Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets. AEG Literary Publishing Services, Incorporated. p. 236. ISBN 978-1-60911-017-8.
  4. ^ "Jus buah gandaria". (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 July 2022.
  5. ^ George Staples; Michael S. Kristiansen (1 January 1999). Ethnic Culinary Herbs: A Guide to Identification and Cultivation in Hawaiʻi. University of Hawaii Press. pp. 27–29. ISBN 978-0-8248-2094-7.
  6. ^ Rodnitzky, D.P. (2011). Ultimate Juicing: Delicious Recipes for Over 125 of the Best Fruit & Vegetable Juice Combinations. Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony. ISBN 978-0-307-76185-9.
  7. ^ Maitland, V. County of Pembroke, Shipwreck Report: Port of Ngqura, South Africa. Vanessa Maitland. p. 190.
  8. ^ Made in Scotland, Carol Foreman, ISBN 978-1-84158-725-7