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March 15, 2010

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Some surprising things to learn about orange juice. I am astonished to orange juice is not fresh product! We rely on our regulators to make sure that we understand what it is we are consuming. At the time when we are told that we should eat better and consume more healthy diets it seems amazing that we do not know more about what is in the products that we are consuming.

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Interesting article about orange juice - I'll definitely share this.

Cool interview. Hamilton brings up a lot of interesting points.

Finally, the report states 60% find it easier to locate “knowledge” on the Web than on internal systems. I used to ask this question when I spoke on social media and knowledge management and I never found a single audience member who said it was easier to find content within their organization than on the Web.

I can see you have good knowledge on the topic. I loved the read. Keep up the good work.

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There is one odd thing about having orange juice, if you stop to think about it, and it's the amount of oranges you need to squeeze before getting a decently full glass. Would you eat all those ranges in one sitting? ;)

I found this article useful in a paper I am writing at university. Hopefully, I get an A+ now!

I found this article useful in a paper I am writing at university. Hopefully, I get an A+ now!

Wow!! What an interesting article, I’m one them who loves “Orange” very much. Its happy to hear that the production of “Oranges juice” will continue throughout 365 days with fresh stock.

From my point of view it’s good to have a slice of an “Orange”, instead of pouring a glass of Orange juice, this is because the freshness still lies in the fruit itself, until it get spoiled, but the juice is made by adding different types of ingredients. So it’s better to have fruits anytime than juices.

The following article was originally published by CUESA and also appeared on CivilEats.com: It's citrus season in California, and yet many of us are drinking orange juice out of cartons — juice from Florida oranges picked last spring, stored without oxygen and then flavored with synthetically produced flavor packs. I recently spoke to Alissa Hamilton, author of Squeezed: What You Don’t Know about Orange Juice, about this irony, the industry behind it, and the value of fresh fruit. Twilight Greenaway: How has the orange juice industry impacted our ideas of the seasons, when it comes to oranges and orange juice?...

So with all that news about orange juice, what are we suppose to drink? I agree with another comment....I'll just slice up an orange...until some company finds a way to screw that up.

I was also really shock when I learned that the orange juices that i have been buying every morning are not fresh juices. It's a shame how the industry can do that.

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I argue that current regulations [should be seen as] requiring companies to label the flavor packs because of the degree of manipulation involved, yet the FDA isn’t bothering with it; it’s pretty low on their priority list.

Finally, the report states 60% find it easier to locate “knowledge” on the Web than on internal systems. I used to ask this question when I spoke on social media and knowledge management and I never found a single audience member who said it was easier to find content within their organization than on the Web.

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