**There are 11.16 US customary ounces/fluid ounces in 330 milliliters (ml), and 11. oz for 330 ml when converted according to US food labeling. For imperial ounces used in the UK, Canada, Australia, etc., 330 ml is equal to 11.61 imperial ounces**

Milliliters are used to measure liquids and fluid ounces is the appropriate term for the measurement of liquid materials in ounces. Usually, when ounces are mentioned it is most likely referring to US ounces unless it is explicitly stated as a UK imperial fluid ounce

Such conversions from one form of measurement to the other are especially common when trying out a new recipe.

In a moment I will explain the conversion of ml to oz as well as the terms you should understand if you want to get familiar with cooking conversions.

**If you are just looking for a short answer, there are 11.16 US ounces in 330 ml.**

Let us begin;

## What is an ounce?

An ounce (abbreviated as oz) is an imperial measurement mostly popular in the United States while most of the world uses metric measurement

It is commonly known as the measure of the mass of an item or object and is measured with a weighing scale. There is also the other type of ounce which is the fluid ounce (abbreviated as fl oz). It is the weight of a liquid in ounces

1 measuring cup contains 8 ounces and 237 ml, a gallon is equal to 128 oz and a tablespoon contains 2 ounces.

There are on average 3 different types of ounces which are:

- The US customary ounce which is equal to 29.57 ml
- The US ounces for food labeling used by food industries which is equal to 30 ml
- The UK ounce which is equal to 28.41 ml

There isn’t much difference when making kitchen measurements or measuring reasonable quantities.

When the measurements are for laboratories or made in huge quantities e.g for industries, then accuracy is important. The little differences between the three types of ounces will affect your outcome (whatever it may be)

## What is a milliliter?

A milliliter (abbreviated as ml) is a metric measurement used to measure the weight of a liquid. It is equal to 0.001 liter or 1000 ml = 1 liter

Milliliters are often used for smaller measurements of volume as it is easier than using ounces which can be confusing.

There are different types of ounces hence, the metric measurement of liquids milliliters and liters were introduced to make measurements easier

## How to convert 330 milliliters To Ounces

The process of converting milliliters to ounces is a simple one in most cases and depending on the density of the ingredient, it can give you a figure that is only slightly more than or less than the usual figure of 0.034 oz in a milliliter

milliliters is the measure of the volume of liquids hence, when converting it to ounces, the ounces will be fluid ounces to milliliters. It is very unusual to convert dry ounces of ingredients to milliliters.

The formula for converting ml to oz is;

Total oz = no. of ml x no. of oz in 1 ml

For example, convert 200ml to oz

Using the formula above,

total oz = 200 ml x 0.034 (no. of oz in 1 ml)

= 6.8 oz in 200 ml

## Common milliliters to ounces conversions

The table below shows the common ounces to ml conversions you will probably need in the kitchen.

Milliliters (ml) | US Fluid Ounces (oz) | Milliliters (ml) | US Fluid Ounces (oz) |
---|---|---|---|

1 ml | 0.034 fl oz | 40 ml | 1.36 fl oz |

5 ml | 0.17 fl oz | 50 ml | 1.7 fl oz |

10 ml | 0.34 fl oz | 100 ml | 3.4 fl oz |

15 ml | 0.51 fl oz | 150 ml | 5.1 fl oz |

20 ml | 0.68 fl oz | 200ml | 6.8 fl oz |

25 ml | 0.85 fl oz | 250 ml | 8.5 fl oz |

30 ml | 1.02 fl oz | 300ml | 10.2 fl oz |

## faq on 330 milliliters to ounces conversion

### 330 ml to oz Canada

Canada uses imperial UK ounces conversion hence, 330 ml = 11.61 oz in Canada

### 330 ml to oz imperial UK

330 ml to imperial ounces is equal to 11.61 oz

### 330 ml to fl oz

330 ml to 11.16 US fluid ounces

### how much is 330 ml of water

330 ml of water is equal to 11.16 US ounces