LAKELAND, Fla. -- Projected crop estimates for Florida oranges are down slightly, but the state should be able to fulfill record-breaking demand for orange juice in the coming year, according to a state official here. "There should be sufficient supply of orange juice in the coming year, and it should continue to be a good value to the consumer," said Dan Santangelo, executive director of the Florida Department of Citrus. The 1995-96 orange crop is estimated at 202 million boxes, down ...

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