7 Countries that Produce the Most Juice in the World

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If you can’t imagine the life without refreshing soft drinks, this list of 7 countries that produce the most juice in the world might be of some interest to you. After all, you might want to know where your bottle or a pack of juice came from because there’s a high probability it comes from one of the following countries. Unless you’ve bought a home product and you don’t live in one of the leading juice producer countries, of course.

Countries that Produce the Most Juice in the World

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Fresh, natural juice can contain a wide range of minerals and vitamins required by our body. Grape or apple juice, for instance, contain an abundance of iron. Speaking of iron don’t forget to check our recent list of 8 countries that produce the most iron in the world as well. Although it is about the production of raw iron ore, not the mineral our body needs, it is also interesting to know which countries produce the highest quantities of a given commodity. You can even compare the two lists and see how many countries end up on both of them. Being a major producer of two such different commodities is a clear indicator of a healthy economy.

Data for this list of 7 countries that produce the most juice in the world has been pulled from the United States Department of Agriculture report, page 7. We would have loved to bring you more juice categories, but orange juice, as you can clearly see, is the only one available. One of the reasons for that is the fact that it is also the most widespread type of all juices. It doesn’t matter if it’s concentrated or single strength juice – they all count on our list. Concentrated juices are usually juice blends in frozen concentrated form, while single strength juices are either NFC (not from concentrate) standardized juices or ones made from concentrate by diluting it with water. In any case, we have gone with all types of orange juices. Finally, note that all data is expressed in metric tons at 65 degrees brix. That equals to 344.8 gallons at 42 degrees brix or 1,392.6 gallons at single strength equivalent. Furthermore, all data is for 2015/16 year. Let us now start with the countdown.

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