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Florida processed orange standards reduced

The Florida Citrus Commission (FCC) on Feb. 22 reduced processed orange maturity standards for the remainder of this season due to the negative effects of 2022’s Hurricane Ian.

The emergency rule, proposed by the Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC), requires that all processed oranges have a Brix value of no less than 7.0. The rule also stipulates that there shall be no minimum ratio of total soluble solids to anhydrous citric acid. The rule took effect Feb. 23 and ends on May 23.


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