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Frequency drinking 100 percent fruit juice, past month: Time period

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For sample adults 18 and over, JUICEMTP reports the time unit (day, week, month, or year) that corresponds with the frequency with which the respondent reported consuming juice. This only includes 100% fruit juice such as orange, mango, apple, grape or pineapple; it does not include fruit drinks such as Kool-Aid, lemonade, cranberry juice cocktail, Hi-C or Tang. JUICEMTP should be used in conjunction with JUICEMNO, which reports the frequency stated by the respondent.

JUICEMTP is part of a series of variables initiated in 1987 related to food, food knowledge, and cancer.


In 2005, the format of separate frequency and time units was not used; instead respondents' answers were organized into pre-defined categories. Researchers interested in using all years of available data may consider seeing the 2005 variable JUICEMO, and modifying JUICEMNO and JUICEMTP to correspond to the pre-defined categories from 2005.

The NHIS questionnaire was substantially redesigned in 2019 to introduce a different data collection structure and new content. For more information on changes in terminology, universes, and data collection methods beginning in 2019, please see the user note.


  • 2000; 2010; 2015: Sample adults age 18+.
  • 2022: Sample adults age 18+ who drank fruit juice in past month (JUICEMNO).


  • 2000, 2010, 2015, 2022