Kiwi Grape Green Juice

  • by Robin Frey
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Inspired by the classic fresh Italian salad, this basil-infused juice combines fennel and orange with grapes and kiwi for amazing depth of flavor.

Yield 12 oz
Calories 90 cal
Yield and calories may vary depending on produce used and method of extraction.
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If you like fresh fruit juices with amazing depths of flavor, break out your juicer and prepare to be blown away.

This super tasty, tart and sweet, fresh kiwi juice recipe is something special. We like to share both complex and simple recipes here at Goodnature, and this one certainly falls on the complex end, resulting in a unique flavor profile that you won't forget.

two glasses of green kiwi juice on a wooden cutting board

Click here to skip straight to the kiwi fruit juice recipe. Read on to learn why we love it.

Note: Looking for a strawberry kiwi juice recipe? Check out our Strawberry Kiwi Juice Recipe with Chia Fresca.

Why We Love This Fresh Kiwi Juice Recipe

First of all, this drink recipe has an incredible depth of flavor. Here's what our juice chef Ari Sexner had to say about his recent creation:

The inspiration behind this juicing blend was the classic fresh Italian-inspired salad made with crisp shaved fennel, oranges, and some fresh herbs.

We knew we wanted the main focal point to be the classic combination of fennel and oranges, then build it out from there. To keep with the Italian theme, we added fresh basil as the fresh herb element.

We then wanted to build depth of flavor for both citrus and sweet elements, so we added red apple juice for another layer of sweetness and green grapes and kiwi for both slightly acidic/tart and slightly sweet flavors. The spinach is there to adjust the color and keep it a light vibrant green.

green grape kiwi juice recipe garnished with an orange slice on a wood board

Besides the great taste, this gluten-free juice has loads of health benefits.

Let's run through the major ones:

  • Great for immune system health. Every ingredient (except basil) is rich in Vitamin C. Many also have vitamin K and vitamin A. Spinach and orange juice also have B9-folate. All of these vitamins and minerals are known to boost your immune system.
  • Rich in antioxidants. Everything but basil has antioxidants (such as potassium). Learn why they are important here.
  • Can help lower blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol. Apple, in particular, is great for all three.
  • Reduces inflammation. Every ingredient has anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Aids weight loss. Most apple juice heavy recipes are good for weight loss. And at just 90 kcal per serving, this juice recipe won't impact your number on the scale.
  • Promotes bone, eye, heart and skin health. That's thanks to the calcium, vitamin A and other minerals in the juice.
green kiwi juice recipe ingredients on a cutting board

Equipment note: We used the M-1 commercial juice press to make this juice recipe, but you can use pretty much any type of juicer. Just keep in mind that the quality will always be higher when using a juice press.

Learn more about the industry-leading commercial juicers we use to make our recipes.

Health Benefits

  • supports immune system
  • antioxidant
  • lowers blood pressure
  • lowers blood sugar
  • lowers cholesterol
  • reduces inflammation
  • aids weight loss
  • promotes healthy skin
  • hydrating


  • kiwi (peeled)
    6.44 oz
    2 1/2 medium kiwis
  • green grapes
    3.22 oz
    20 grapes
  • orange (peeled)
    2.76 oz
    2/3 medium orange
  • red apple
    4.2 oz
    2/3 medium apple
  • spinach
    1.7 oz
    1 1/2 cups of spinach (45g)
  • fennel
    1 oz
    1/8 of a fennel bulb
  • basil
    0.15 oz
    5 leaves


  1. Wash the produce thoroughly.

  2. Pick the grapes from the stems and peel the kiwi and orange.

  3. Weigh the ingredients.

  4. Juice all ingredients together.

Pro Tips

  • Be sure to peel the orange and kiwi before juicing because the peels have a bitter flavor.

  • You can juice the basil stems as well as the leaves, the stems have a lot of flavor.


Not sure what to make next? Try one of our other favorite juice recipes:

Or, browse all of our juice recipes here.

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