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What is the difference between Nectar and Juice?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Apr 04, 2021

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Christian Jackson

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Christian Jackson, Content Developer, Austin

Answered Aug 11, 2020

Nectars and juice are related to plant; nectar is the liquid that is produced by a plant and is mainly gotten from flowers, the word nectar as derived from Latin word nectar, which means the favorite drink of the gods.

While juice, on the other hand, is the liquid that is naturally in vegetables and fruits, and it is prepared by mashing and squeezing the liquid from a fruit or vegetable. They both have different roles they play like nectar attract birds and animals, which help in pollinating the environment.

This is important in nature; while the juice is often drunk by humans, they are very rich in vitamins like vitamin C and other minerals. When it comes to thickness, nectar is thicker than juice.

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H. Barnes, Unemployed, Barnes, Atlanta

Answered Apr 21, 2020

Nectar and juice are two different things, although both are liquid substances. Nectar is a sweet liquid produced by plants, especially by flowers to attract pollinating agents such as birds and insects. On the other hand, the juice is also a liquid gotten from a plant, especially from fruits and vegetables.

Although this liquid is present in its natural state inside the fruit, however, it can only be gotten by squeezing or mashing fruits. In contrast, nectar is naturally available and does not require any further process before it can be gotten. In terms of quantity, the juice is present in fruits more than the quantity of nectar secreted by flowers.

While juice is mostly taken by human beings, nectar is a sweet liquid for animals, most especially birds. Although nectar can be taken by humans too, it is not as common as how people take the juice. In terms of thickness, the juice is not as thick as nectar.

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