The Florida Department of Citrus says a gallon of OJ is expected to rise almost $2.
That's because a large portion of Florida's orange crop was damaged by Hurricane Irma.
Experts say there is a chance the shortfall may be avoided if Brazil is able to increase exports to the United States.
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