Housing boom in Florida drives growers to some tough decisions
... and the new generations are quite booze-averse
Mixed signals from Florida… as the housing market picks up, growers have tough decisions to make.
Today’s Juice News
A booming real estate market has led many to conclude it would be more profitable to sell their land than to continue to cultivate the Sunshine State's signature fruit. The number of acres dedicated to growing oranges in Florida has declined by more than half since 2000, to just over 300,000 this year, according to a preliminary U.S. Department of Agriculture report.
The study findings indicate that bacteria-fermented kale juice can serve as a rich source of beneficial phytonutrients like quercetin and kaempferol, as well as health-promoting probiotics.
Of those polled, 32% drank fruit juice at least once a week, with 16% drinking Taiwanese bubble tea, a cold drink that has become popular in recent years. Just 14% said they drank beer, wine or spirits weekly. The research also revealed 54% of Zoomers do not eat at set times.
This study serves as a valuable theoretical reference for the development of enzymes aimed at detoxifying PAT in fruit and their derivatives.
From 1 January 2024, a mandatory redemption system (internationally known as DRS, or Deposit Refund System) for products with redemption fees placed on the domestic market will be introduced in Hungary. Due to this change, beverages will become slightly more expensive.
Absolut & Sprite will be made with Absolut, the international premium vodka, and Sprite, the world’s most popular lemon-lime sparkling soft drink. The pre-mixed cocktail will be available in versions with Sprite and Sprite Zero Sugar, with the initial launch planned for select European countries in early 2024, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Spain and Germany.