LAKELAND, Fla. -- There will be plenty of fresh Florida citrus products and juices on retail shelves this winter, say officials with the Florida Department of Citrus, responding to federal harvest estimates. The 2000-2001 Florida citrus crop is forecast to hit 240 million boxes of oranges, a 3% increase over last year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington. This year's big yield is due to a larger crop of Valencias, the primary source for not-from-concentrate juices, ...

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