HOUSTON -- Coca-Cola's Minute Maid division, based here, has announced it is raising orange juice prices an average of 8% to 10%, due to the poor Florida orange crop. year," said company officials in a statement, adding that the company "has flexibility in supplies and has no shortage of high-quality orange juice, because we use oranges from multiple sources." Officials specifically cited the short crops in Florida and Brazil in discussing the price increase. According to the company, ...

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