Production and Price Effects of New Diseases and Other Challenges Confronting the Processed Orange Industry
Sao Paulo and Florida are the primary producers of orange juice. Both regions face production challenges. In this paper, a model of the world orange juice market is used to analyze the effect of citrus greening and high sugarcane prices on the production and price of orange juice.
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