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Agrimoney.com  Jun 22  Comment 
US officials flag "significant" damage to Brazil's orange crop, which could send juice supplies to their lowest level in decades
Forbes  May 22  Comment 
Being a great employee pays off with better positions, higher pay, and more frequent promotions. But some workers struggle to know exactly what it takes to become a truly great employee.
Forbes  May 12  Comment 
There would be outrage if Maine took steps to promote the growing of oranges in the cold, northern state. Unfortunately, this is exactly what many states are doing when they adopt in-state generation-based renewable portfolio standards. These...
Financial Times  Apr 21  Comment 
A growing aversion to sugary drinks in the west is shaking up the orange juice market
guardian.co.uk  Apr 19  Comment 
Hundreds of items, including toilet rolls and biscuits, see de facto price rise as package sizes shrink, according to research by Which? Hundreds of supermarket items have shrunk in size while their price has been kept the same or even increased,...
Financial Times  Apr 11  Comment 
Provocative artworks on display at Tate Britain in exhibition exploring movement’s origins
guardian.co.uk  Mar 23  Comment 
Industry body RIAA takes aim at ‘some technology giants’ but Google claims ‘apples to oranges’ comparisons sell its contribution short YouTube is at loggerheads with music labels – again – after US industry body the Recording Industry...
Forbes  Mar 8  Comment 
Disability accommodations often are not green.
NPR  Mar 7  Comment 
A photo of Whole Foods' plastic-packaged peeled oranges went viral on Twitter, prompting outrage about environmental waste. Who the heck needs this? People with disabilities say they do.
Times Online  Mar 7  Comment 
New Labour has not died, it is merely sleeping. Perhaps it had been listening to one of Rachel Reeves’s speeches....




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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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