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The Hindu Business Line  Jul 22  Comment 
Next time you are in the bustling Ota market in Tokyo, you might find Mandarin Oranges sweet beyond expectations, a real delight to bite into its succulent flesh. The rich taste is n...
The Hindu Business Line  Jul 20  Comment 
Next time you are in the bustling Ota market in Tokyo, you might find Mandarin Oranges sweet beyond expectations and a delight to savour. The rich taste is not because of the use of biotech seeds...
The Economic Times  May 14  Comment 
Production of mangoes and oranges face a brunt as unseasonal rains and prevailing droughts make life difficult for cultivators.
Red Orbit  Apr 15  Comment 
Eric Hopton for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online From oranges, lemons, and limes, to kumquats and multi-colored grapefruits, the whole world loves us a good citrus fruit. Citrus are among the most important cultivated fruit trees worldwide....
Forbes  Mar 27  Comment 
Both The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo are facing headwinds in their core business of carbonated soft drinks, which continues to struggle in mature markets and also in recently more volatile developing economies. This is mainly due to growing...
Benzinga  Mar 25  Comment 
Dan Davies, author of 'Oranges, lemons and forex' on Medium, explains through a fruit-filled analogy, what goes on in the forex market. In particular, he discussed the FX market-rigging scandal.  Davies begins the analogy expedition by...
Clusterstock  Mar 24  Comment 
One out of three cocktails ordered in the US contain vodka, a spirit that pours in  $20 billion annually in sales,  according to Victorino Matus, author of " Vodka: How a colorless, odorless, flavorless spirit conquered America ." One of...
Benzinga  Mar 9  Comment 
May Orange Juice traded higher Monday and was trading firm late in the trading day. May Orange Juice settled at 120.50, up 4.60. Cocoa futures settled lower after a choppy back and forth trading session. May Cocoa settled at 2934, down...
Wall Street Journal  Mar 4  Comment 
Orange-juice and sugar futures extended their losses to fresh lows Wednesday as a weak currency in Brazil continued to weigh on the market.
Forbes  Feb 19  Comment 
Whole Foods is enjoying the fruits of its marketing labor these days, but its long-term success may rely more on its affinity for workers than affinity with shoppers.




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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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