One of your 5-a-day

Little Glass to the rescue.
  • Only 30% of adults aged 19-64, 10% of boys and 7% of girls aged 11-18 meet the minimum recommendation of five portions of fruit and veg a day1.
  • According to the Public Health England guidelines, one glass (150ml) of unsweetened 100% fruit or vegetable juice will count once as one portion of your 5 a day, making 150ml of Tropicana one of your 5 a day!

"Fruit and vegetables provide several nutrients that contribute towards a balanced diet. Having a small glass of Tropicana 100% juice with breakfast is a convenient way to get one of your five daily portions of fruit and vegetables"



Fiona Hunter, Nutritionist 1National Diet and Nutrition Survey: results from Years 1 to 4 (combined) of the rolling programme for 2008 and 2009 to 2011 and 2012. Public Health England and Food Standards Agency. Published 14 May 2014
Little Glass' Advice?

People who drink fruit juice are more likely to reach all 5 of their 5 a day 2. So enjoy a 150ml glass of Tropicana with your breakfast for a great start to the day.

2Gibson, S (2012) Fruit juice consumption in the National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS 2008-2010): associations with dietary quality and indices of obesity and health. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society (2012) 71, OCE3, E232

"Fruit and vegetables provide several nutrients that contribute towards a balanced diet. Having a small glass of Tropicana 100% juice with breakfast is a convenient way to get one of your five daily portions of fruit and vegetables"



Fiona Hunter, Nutritionist
Little Glass' Advice?

People who drink fruit juice are more likely to reach all 5 of their 5 a day 2. So make sure you start each day off with a 150ml glass of Tropicana.

1National Diet and Nutrition Survey: results from Years 1 to 4 (combined) of the rolling programme for 2008 and 2009 to 2011 and 2012. Public Health England and Food Standards Agency. Published 14 May 2014 2Gibson, S (2012) Fruit juice consumption in the National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS 2008-2010): associations with dietary quality and indices of obesity and health. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society (2012) 71, OCE3, E232