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Amount in gallons (= to 33 liters) of orange juice consumed per person in the U.S., down precipitously from 12+ gallons (47 liters) just six years ago. Orange juice manufacturers are worried. The big problems: orange juice is pigeonholed as a breakfast-only beverage, and its high sugar content is out of sync with modern food choices.

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