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The global orange juice crisis is caused by disease and bad weather – here’s how to keep it on the breakfast table

By Jas Kalra, Associate Professor of Operations & Project Management, Manchester Metropolitan University
Just as the world is coming out of the tea crisis, another breakfast staple, orange juice, is in the spotlight. Supply constraints have led to prices shooting up by more than 20% in a year.

The primary cause of this orange juice shortage is the significant hit to the orange harvest in Brazil, which accounts for nearly…The Conversation

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