Frosty concentrated juice, once a staple in American freezers, is now battling to keep its place against a dizzying array of nonfrozen juice options, from boxes and bottles to containers and big cans. Shoppers, increasingly pressed for time and accustomed to instant gratification, find it less convenient to mix frozen juice than to open a chilled or shelf-stable container. "Juice is like candy," said Bryan Ryckeley, category manager for H.G. Hill Stores, Nashville, Tenn. "If it's in the ...
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