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NPR  Dec 4  Comment 
Recent scientific advances have offered some hopes of recovery to Florida's citrus industry, which has been declining over two decades due to a horrible bacterial disease called citrus greening.
New York Times  Nov 21  Comment 
As the leaves change color, one side gets the gloriously bright reds, yellows and oranges. The other? Not so much.
NPR  Nov 15  Comment 
Cohen's friend Suzanne Verdal fed him a black tea with pieces of orange rind in it. That tea is Constant Comment, sold by the Bigelow Tea Co. First sold in the 1940s, it remains popular even today.
Financial Times  Nov 8  Comment 
Weakening supply spurs scramble among manufacturers in world’s largest producer Brazil
Clusterstock  Nov 2  Comment 
Frozen concentrated orange juice hit an all-time high for the second day in a row at $2.3300 a pound as of 11:31 a.m. ET. The commodity made famous by the Dan Aykroyd-Eddie Murphy comedy Trading Places has fallen out of favor in recent...
MarketWatch  Nov 1  Comment 
Drop in orange production in the U.S. and Brazil and growing concerns surrounding the impact of citrus greening, a severe plant disease, combine to lift futures prices for orange juice to the highest level on record.
guardian.co.uk  Oct 16  Comment 
US officials predict this year’s harvest will be down 14% from last year as trees reel from disease and hurricanes – and orange prices surge Florida might need to consider redesigning its license plates. The state’s plates feature a pair of...
Wall Street Journal  Oct 3  Comment 
The assets that performed best (and worst) in the third quarter: Orange juice topped the rankings but lean hogs, highfliers in the year’s first half, fell to last place. Stocks around the world fared well.
guardian.co.uk  Sep 30  Comment 
Drought in main growing areas in Brazil and a tree-killing bug have caused a spike in the price of breakfast favourites Savour your morning juice and coffee this weekend, because the price of your favourite breakfast drinks may be on the way...




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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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