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Anyone who delights in freshly squeezed orange juice or eats grapefruit for breakfast should take a moment to stop and savor the taste of those citrus fruits. Many of them are at risk of being destroyed by a disease spread by an invasive pest that's
The price of food that requires heavy use of water for production may race up, particularly beef, coffee and oranges. Photograph: Andy Sacks/Stone Four litres of milk for £1; a jar of instant coffee for 47 pence; a family pack of beef frying steaks
The price for oranges and grapefruit is rising domestically, but sales figures are declining as the industry struggles with the devastating citrus greening disease, the Florida Citrus Commission was told Wednesday. The Citrus Commission, which serves
The fight started last spring when South Korean officials began questioning whether frozen orange juice concentrate made in the U.S. was derived exclusively from oranges grown within the U.S. This "purity test" is critical because concentrate made
A gnat-sized bug called the Asian citrus psyllid is believed to be the insect spreading the deadly bacteria that has cut the state's production dramatically. The gnat is not the only problem facing the plants, as citrus greening disease and an
Wal-Mart aims to shake winter with sales push Wal-Mart is hoping the same winter storms that kept shoppers away in the winter, will bring them into stores in the spring. Today 3:00 am Long-jobless hopes dim A new study documents the bleak plight of
That fruit's never going to be of any value, said Story, 68, who has been growing fruit all his life...It's going to fall off the tree; it's never going to get squeezed, he said...What Story saw in the orchard in Polk County, Fla. , wasn't an anomaly.
A colorful salad with sweet and sharp flavors. The oranges in this sweet and pungent salad will look like blood oranges after they sit for a little while with the beets...Try to find the wispy wild arugula, which is more pungent than regular arugula.
Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 1:00 a.m...Retail orange juice sales in U.S. supermarkets fell 1.1 percent in the recently completed 2012-13 citrus season, marking the 11th sales decline in the last 12 years. The downward trend has accelerated in
Drinking orange juice every day may help prevent cancer, new research has claimed. Orange juice has many potential positive effects when it comes to cancer, particularly because it is high in antioxidants from flavonoids such as hesperitin and