Orange juice consumption at 15-year-low

If you are looking for natural ways to boost your immune system against the flu and other colds this season pour yourself another glass of OJ.

According to the Wall Street Journal, orange juice consumption is at a 15 year-low.

High prices are partly to blame. A gallon costs about $6 up from $4, 10 years ago.

Florida's Department of Citrus also says consumers are switching it up and opting for pomegranate juices and energy drinks in the morning.

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