Juice is usually used as an uncountable noun which means that the plural of juice is also juice. We use “juices” as the plural when we want to emphasize that we are talking about different types of juice.
There is a lot of juice on the table.
We have an assortment of juices for the staff.
Is Juice countable or uncountable?
“Juice” is usually used as an uncountable noun. The plural of an uncountable noun is usually the same as the singular.
Countable nouns are nouns that you can count easily. Some examples include pens, cars, and houses. For countable nouns, we add an “s” to make them plural.
I have one bike.
I have two bikes.
Uncountable nouns are nouns that are usually difficult to count or you don’t count them with numbers 1,2,3,4 etc.
I need a great deal of juice for the party.
When to use Juices
Even though we often use “juice” as the plural form of “juice” we also use “juices” sometimes. We use “juice” when want to show that there are different types of juice.
There are 6 juices to choose from.
There are so many fruit juices in the world.
In these examples, “kinds of” or “types of” are implied.
There are 6 kinds of juice to choose from.
There are so many types of fruit juices in the world.