Nature’s Nectar Orange Juice

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Go take a look at the refrigerated orange juice options at Aldi and you might be impressed with how many choices there are, considering that Aldi is a smaller grocery store with a limited inventory.

The grocer carries orange juice with lots of pulp and orange juice with no pulp. There’s also light orange juice with fewer calories. There’s organic orange juice. There’s even a large gallon-sized, from-concentrate orange juice option if you’re serving a crowd and are on a budget. If you want orange juice blended with mano or pineapple, Aldi has those as well.

I usually buy refrigerated orange juice from Aldi that includes added vitamin D and calcium. It’s a favorite on weekends when my family is likely to make hot cooked breakfasts with eggs, sausage or bacon, or waffles.

I’ve been working my way through sampling all of the refrigerated orange juices at Aldi, and they also sell a basic no-pulp orange juice without any extra vitamins or minerals added. Today, I’m taking a closer look at that option.

Nature's Nectar Orange Juice

Nature’s Nectar Orange Juice is a Regular Buy, which means you should be able to find it all year at Aldi. It’s stocked in the refrigerated case with other orange juices.

Nature’s Nectar Orange Juice cost $3.29 for a 52-fluid-ounce bottle at the time of writing. That comes out to about 6 cents per ounce.

For comparison, a 52-ounce bottle of original Tropicana orange juice with no pulp cost about 8 cents per ounce at Walmart at the time of writing, while a 52-ounce bottle of Great Value not-from-concentrate orange juice with no pulp cost about 7 cents per ounce at Walmart. If you buy a gallon bottle of Great Value from-concentrate orange juice at Walmart, that cost 6 cents per ounce at the time of writing, which is the same price as the Aldi OJ. Whether you want a gallon of orange juice depends on how many people you’re serving.

The Aldi orange juice is 100% juice and is never from concentrate. It’s also pasteurized, pulp free, and kosher certified.

The only ingredient is orange juice. It contains orange juice from the U.S. and Brazil.

Nature's Nectar Orange Juice

Ingredients and nutrition information. (Click to enlarge.)

One eight-ounce serving has 110 calories, no fat or sodium, 26 grams of total carbohydrates (9% DV), less than 1 gram of dietary fiber (3% DV), 25 grams of total sugars, no added sugars, and 2 grams of protein.

You should keep this refrigerated. Shake the bottle well before serving. Use within 7-10 days of opening.

This tastes like it should. It’s orange juice. It doesn’t have pulp. It’s no frills, and it’s good. You can’t go wrong with orange juice that has only one ingredient. I still like buying orange juice with extra calcium and vitamin D, but if my preferred option isn’t in stock, I’d be perfectly happy buying this instead.

The Verdict:

Nature’s Nectar Orange Juice is a refrigerated OJ option at Aldi. It has no pulp, is never from concentrate, and the only ingredient is orange juice. It also tastes good. It’s a solid choice if you’re looking for orange juice.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at


  1. Same bottle, different label as the Walmart stuff. Coincidence?

  2. In an effort to cut back on buying plastic containers whenever possible, I always bought Aldi orange juice in the cardboard carton. It was delicious, but they haven’t sold the cartons in almost a year. I wish they’d bring it back!

  3. William K Williams

    we love this stuff! we can’t get enough of it!

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