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Orange Juice Sales at 15-Year Low

(CNN) — It appears Americans are drinking less orange juice.

According to the Wall Street Journal, orange juice consumption is at a 15-year low. It cites a report from the Florida Department of Citrus.

High prices are partly to blame. A gallon of O.J. will run you about $6 today compared to just over $4 about 10 years ago.

People are also trading in orange juice for more exotic fruit juices like pomegranate and energy drinks.

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