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The Hindu Business Line  Aug 10  Comment 
Farmers in the hills of north Bengal are in despair. They are worried not about Darjeeling’s tea, but another produce that the region is also known for
New York Times  Jul 17  Comment 
How the skins of oranges, lemons and other fruits squirt oil in tiny bursts.
NPR  Mar 16  Comment 
The European Union has published an exhaustive 10-page list of hundreds of U.S. products that could be subject to European tariffs.
Wall Street Journal  Feb 9  Comment 
It took one of the worst flu seasons on record to get more Americans guzzling orange juice again. Orange juice sales rose 0.9% in the four weeks ended Jan. 20, marking the first year-over-year increase in nearly five years.
The Economist  Jan 11  Comment 
EVERY year, like clockwork, swathes of humanity go through the same routine. On December 26th and January 1st, as the fog of cheese, chocolate oranges and champagne lifts, remorse creeps in. Online searches for “get fit” and “lose weight”...
The Economic Times  Nov 29  Comment 
The new product is a portfolio expansion of the company's popular fruit flavoured beverage brand Mirinda, which is one of the eight brands with an annual sales of Rs 1,000 crore.
MarketWatch  Sep 27  Comment 
A disease called “citrus greening” is pushing Florida’s orange juice industry toward the brink of collapse, giving way to a genetically engineered orange that’s still a few years off.
Wall Street Journal  Sep 26  Comment 
The state’s citrus industry, beset by a disease killing off groves plus hurricanes and international competition, is banking on producing a genetically engineered orange that is years away from being ready for sale.
TechCrunch  Sep 20  Comment 
 If I hand you an apple, you know from experience that it isn’t something you can drive. And the tree it came from can’t be woven, or its seeds bandied. You know that’s nonsense, but AIs don’t have the benefit of years spent navigating...




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Orange juice is the juice extracted from the orange fruit. Unless otherwise specified, in term of futures contracts, "orange juice" refers to frozen, concentrated orange juice. Brazil is the world's largest producer of oranges, followed by Florida.[1] Orange juice futures are priced in cents per pound with a delivery contract of 15000 pounds.

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