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Fruit juices are widely available in a range of different flavours and can be made from freshly squeezed and concentrated fruit. Some may be high in sugar so check the labels for more information.
How to store
How to store fruit juice
Store opened juices in the fridge or according to pack instruction.
Freezing fruit juice
You can freeze fruit juice for up to 3 months.
Fruit juice Top tips
How to freeze and defrost
To freeze: Make your own ice lollies from leftover smoothies, apple and orange juice.
Be fabulous with leftovers
Simmer any leftover, wrinkly or soft fruits and apples past their best in leftover fruit juice, as a base for a crumble or topped with ice cream.
Buy the right pack size for your needs. Think about how long you have to use the food once the bottle/carton has been opened and whether you’ll get through it in time. Consider swapping freshly-squeezed chilled juices for longer-life options.
Valuing your Fruit juice beyond the price tag
Goodness in food
Your food is more than its shape, colour and price. Your food has an important role to play to help keep you healthy and with enough energy to live your life how you wish to.
- Fruit juices can contain good sources of vitamin C, helping to protect cells and keeping them healthy.
- Many fruit juices contain high quantities of water so they can be good for hydration.
- Some fruit juices may have a high sugar content so check the labels for further details.
By the time your food arrives in your home, it’s already been on quite a journey starting with how it is made or grown and how your food reaches the supermarket.
So please help our food to finish its story in the most sustainable way, ensuring the planet’s resources that’s already used are put to good use. Take care of your food when it’s in your home and ensure every edible morsel is eaten - and that your food doesn’t end up in the bin!
Why not try these delicious recipes to use up Fruit juice
If your tea bags are approaching their end date and you're wondering what to do, why not add them to a last minute Christmas cake! This recipe also uses up dried fruits and nuts you may have at the back of the cupboard.