QUOTE AND NEWS
Financial Times  Aug 16  Comment 
Banker Joseph Safra and orange juice producer Cutrale called on Chiquita’s shareholders to vote against Fyffes merger and accept their offer instead
Financial Times  Aug 11  Comment 
Brazilian billionaire Joseph Safra and Cutrale, the family-owned orange juice maker, make $610.5m cash offer for Chiquita, rivalling an all-stock bid from Ireland’s Fyffes
SeekingAlpha  Jul 29  Comment 
By Jack Banser: As of late there has been a lot of noise circulating Sirius XM (NASDAQ:SIRI) and how "competitors" are going to steal significant market share. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Pandora (NYSE:P), and Spotify are among the...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 29  Comment 
Orange-juice futures slumped to a five-month low on Tuesday as weak demand for the beverage trumped fears of a hurricane damaging Florida's next crop.
Wall Street Journal  Jun 23  Comment 
U.S. orange-juice retail sales fell to the lowest level in 12 years as consumer demand for what was once a staple of the American breakfast table continues to drop.
New York Times  Jun 12  Comment 
The program is meant to combat a plant disease that threatens Florida’s $9 billion citrus industry and has driven up the cost of orange juice.
SeekingAlpha  May 28  Comment 
By David Tristan Liu: Introduction Clublink Enterprises LTD (OTC:CLKXF) (CLK.TO) ranks among the most obscure companies I've encountered as an equity analyst. Unlike the majority of companies operating more than one business segment,...
Clusterstock  May 8  Comment 
Visual data guru Seth Kadish has a new post up at his Vizual Statistix blog showing the data you'd get if you poured every drink in the world into one big glass. He used the 1,500 recipes in  Paul Knorr’s  Big Bad-Ass Book of...
NPR  Apr 24  Comment 
Two growers are competing to harvest fresh figs earlier and earlier in hopes of transforming the industry into year-round production. But some fig lovers say they want to hold out for summer fruit.




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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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  1. Barchart.com's Coverage of Orange Juice Futures
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