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    Default This should be in "Only in the DR" but I could not find it!!

    My grandson noted today at breakfast that the quart size Rica Orange Juice has two sides printed in Spanish and one side printed in English:
    100%
    ORANGE
    juice
    PURE SQUEEZED ORANGE JUICE FROM CONCENTRATE !!! An oxymoron for sure!
    No Sugar
    ADDED
    Ready to drink|Keep refrigerated
    946 ml (32 oz. fl.) Quart (Pasteurized)

    My grandson asked why in English, and the only explanation I could come up with was that RICA was selling a product that is attractive to people with purchasing power and many of these people have English as a first language.

    Any other opinions??

    HB
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    I agree

    SHALENA

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    Squeezed from concentrate? hehehe

    Does it say the same in Spanish?

    I would say the same, there are a lot of foreigners living here and they would like to make it more atractive...

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    Moved to "Only in the DR" thread.

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