WASHINGTON — The price of orange juice futures headed up this week as commodity traders responded to concerns that a probe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will tighten supplies in the U.S. On December 28, a juice company notified the FDA that it had discovered Carbendazim, a fungicide that is banned for use on citrus trees in the United States, in one of their competitor’s products. The fungicide was detected in the low “parts per billion” range, and ...

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