Fruice is a premium juice product which includes Orange, Apple, Cranberry and Orange & Mango juices. To compliment these, a new Fruice Fusions range was also launched, offering nutritional refreshment with 71 calories or less and a Fruice Juicey range for kids, also low calorie.

Launched in 1991 by Coca‑Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland, Fruice is a premium juice brand with a variety of high and low juice content products. Offering nutritional refreshment and a range of flavours, Fruice is available in a number of pack formats for consumption any time.

The Fruice portfolio includes four products as part of its core range; Orange, Apple and Cranberry, and the recently launched Orange and Mango. These are complemented by a range of new juice drinks, Fruice Fusions, targeted at young adults and Fruice Juicy, a juice drink pack for kids.

Fruice Orange and Fruice Apple are 100% pure juices from concentrate. Fruice Cranberry contains 24% juice. With the proud message of ‘Your Daily Delivery of Vitamin C’, each 330ml bottle of Fruice Orange delivers 100% of Nutrient Reference Value of Vitamin C.

 Adding to this juice range, is the introduction of Fruice Orange and Mango, a 100% juice product, also a source of vitamin C (73% of Nutrient Reference Value).


Introduced to the market in 2017, Fruice Fusions offers a range of delicious juice drinks available in three variants; Tropical, a blend of mango, guava, passionfruit, apricot and orange; Orchard, a blend of apple, berries and red grape; and Berry, a blackberry, blueberry and grape fusion. 

Fruice Fusions contain 24 percent juice content in each variant, added vitamins C, B6, B12 and D, and with less than 5g of sugar per 100ml, each 330ml pack contains 71 calories or less.

Fruice also offers juice drinks in 250ml Tetra packs, and Fruice Juicy, a no-mess 250ml PET pack in ‘Apple & Blackcurrant’ & ‘Orange’. Fruice Juicy are low in sugar, containing less than 2.5g per 100ml, and fewer than 20 calories per 100ml.

Fruice is produced in Ireland and is a proud member of ‘Love Irish Food’.