The second would be correct, simply because "juice and apples" is a plural statement (more than one), and you would not use "is" with them, you would use "are" with them.
You can use this as a general guideline for the difference between is and are:
- Use there IS for singular nouns (one item).
Example: There IS a glass of milk on the table.
- Use there IS for non-count items (group nouns).
Example: There IS milk on the table.
- Use there ARE for many items (plural nouns).
Example: There ARE three glasses of milk on the table.