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Orange crop is set to be the smallest since WWII, sending OJ prices surging

CNN on MSN.com - 1/19/2022 1:27:00 PM
Oranges are in trouble. Citrus disease and bad weather are constraining supply of oranges in the United States and internationally. Meanwhile, demand for orange juice — which has been sliding for years — got a bump during the pandemic.

What's getting more expensive

CNN on MSN.com - 1/22/2022 1:37:07 PM
Inflation and supply chain snags have sent prices for everyday items soaring, from Tide laundry detergent to new cars. Here's what CNN Business found got more expensive this week, and what might be next.

OJ Prices Set to Rise As Florida Growers Warn of Smaller Orange Crop

NBC New York - 1/20/2022 8:36:00 PM
With Florida citrus growers anticipating what experts say will be its smallest orange harvest since the 1940s, Americans may be seeing higher orange juice prices.

Price of orange juice on the rise amid forecasts of smallest crop since 1945

Fox Business - 1/17/2022 1:24:00 PM
Government agricultural forecasters said they expect the smallest Florida orange crop since World War II, touching off a rally in juice futures that were already at their highest level in years because of the pandemic.

Orange prices to squeeze higher as supply falters

Proactive Investors - 1/19/2022 12:20:00 PM
One reason for the dwindling supply of oranges is a citrus disease, known as citrus greening, which is reducing the size of oranges and

Your Morning Orange Juice Is Getting More Expensive — Here’s Why (And It’s Not a Supply Chain Issue)

YAHOO!Finance - 1/19/2022 5:20:00 PM
That glass of breakfast OJ Americans have been returning to since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic costs a lot more as we move into 2022 -- but don't go pointing your finger at the global

Hogs, Coffee and Orange Juice to Feature in ‘Breakfast’ ETF

YAHOO!Finance - 1/19/2022 5:00:00 PM
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Maha: Unseasonal rain force early end of Orange season, pushes prices by 30-40% in retail

The Free Press Journal - 1/12/2022 1:20:00 PM
Unseasonal rain in orange-producing areas during October-November has impacted its yield which has resulted in the early end of the fruit season. As per the traders, due to the low supply of the commodity,

Florida's orange crop is set to be the smallest since WWII, sending juice prices surging

Fresh Fruit Portal - 1/21/2022 11:35:00 AM
Citrus disease and bad weather are constraining supply of oranges in the United States and internationally, hitting orange juice prices.

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