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There’s amazing inside Florida Orange Juice

Every glass of Florida Orange Juice provides the Amazing 5: great taste, vitamin C, potassium, folate and no added sugar.

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    Taste

    The delicious and unique flavor of Florida OJ is often imitated but never duplicated: sweet, refreshing, empowering - utterly amazing.

  2. 2

    Vitamin C

    Florida OJ is an excellent source of vitamin C, which is important for the formation of collagen (a component of bones, gums and cartilage).

  3. 3

    Potassium

    Florida OJ is a good source of potassium. Important for muscle function, potassium also plays a role in nerve transmission and helps maintain the body’s fluid, electrolyte and pH balance.

  4. 4

    Folate

    Florida OJ is a good source of folate, a water-soluble B vitamin essential for cell division and healthy red blood cells.

  5. 5

    No Added Sugar

    Florida OJ contains no added sugar. The delicious taste of Florida OJ is courtesy of nature’s goodness.

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Meet Grower

Larry Black

For Larry Black, growing citrus is a family tradition. He follows in the footsteps of four generations of Florida Citrus growers before him. And, generation number six isn't far behind.

Frequently Asked QuestionsFAQs View all

Question

What citrus products are primarily grown in Florida?

Answer

Florida growers produce several types of citrus, including oranges, grapefruit and specialty fruit including Temple oranges, tangerines and tangelos.

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Question

How much juice or fruit will a medium-sized Florida orange yield?

Answer

Medium oranges are ideal for wedging and juicing. Three or four medium oranges will yield 8 ounces of juice. Two medium oranges will yield approximately one cup.

Question

Where are oranges grown in Florida?

Answer

Much of the oranges in Florida are grown in the southern two-thirds of the Florida peninsula, where there is low probability for a freeze.

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Question

What is the history of Citrus?

Answer

Citrus arrived in America in the early 1500s but wasn't grown commercially until the 1800s.

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