The density of apple juice is 8.75 ounces per cup, or 140 ounces per gallon, because one cup of unsweetened apple juice generally weighs 8.75 ounces. By comparison, one cup of water weighs eight fluid ounces.Continue Reading
One cup of unsweetened apple juice contains 114 calories with 24 grams of sugars. Nutritionally, one serving of apple juice includes 4 percent of a person's daily supply of vitamin C, 2 percent of calcium and 2 percent of iron.
Apple juice is made by mashing apples in a press, filtering the particulate matter out and then pasteurizing the juice. Sometimes, sugar and vitamin C are added. Apple juice lasts longer on the shelf than apple cider. Apple juice does not need to be refrigerated due to the pasteurization process.Learn more about Juice
Apple juice begins to boil when it reaches a temperature of 160 degrees Celsius, or 320 degrees Fahrenheit. It reaches its boiling point at a higher temperature than water due to its sugar content.Full Answer >
KidsHealth recommends that babies younger than six months of age not be given any kind of juice, including apple juice. Even at that age, many pediatricians recommend a very limited intake of juice for babies.Full Answer >
Apple juice alleviates symptoms of constipation, particularly for children and infants, as its sugars pass through the digestive system unabsorbed. Typical remedies for infant constipation include giving babies between 2 and 4 ounces of apple juice once daily, or 4 to 6 ounces daily for older children.Full Answer >
Some ingredients that are commonly found in 100 percent apple juice include water, concentrated apple juice and ascorbic acid. The ingredients in different brands on apple juice vary and can include ingredients that are not considered natural apple juice ingredients.Full Answer >