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Figure 2. Distribution of Intake (cup equivalents) between Juice & Whole Fruit within the MyPyramid Fruit Group, US Children & Adolescents (2–18 years)

Pie chart with two sections: Juice = 57%, Whole Fruit = 43%

Food Sources of Juice

  • 100% fruit juice, not orange/grapefruit (44%)
  • 100% orange/grapefruit juice (41%)
  • Fruit drinks (10%)
  • Other (5%)

Food Sources of Whole Fruit

  • Apples and pears (38%)
  • Bananas (16%)
  • Other fruit and fruit salads (8%)
  • Citrus fruits (8%)
  • Melon (8%)
  • Grapes (7%)
  • Other (15%)

Fruit subgroups are Juice and Whole Fruit (fruit other than juice).
Data source: NHANES 2003-04

Last Modified: 18 Oct 2013