The End Of Breakfast As Orange Juice Prices Join Sky High Eggs

  • The Florida orange crop, which has been “dealt a heavy blow,” is now the smallest it’s been since the 1930s, according to commodities analyst Judy Ganes.
  • Retail prices for orange juice have continued to surge because of late a freeze last year that harmed the buds for the crop, Hurricane Ian and a proliferation of the citrus greening disease that has been harming productivity for nearly two decades, Ganes, who is also the founder of J Ganes Consulting LLC, told FOX Business. Prices are likely to remain strong as well, she added.

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