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Juice

In futures trading, the maintenance margin a trader must keep in an account in order to be able to keep a position open.
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His company-conducted research that found that consumers are very specific in what they want from a "healthful" juice beverage.
Juice all ingredients, add the wheatgrass shot then pour over ice.
The results of the outbreak investigation strongly point to orange juice as the infection vehicle.
You can thank (or blame) a group of marketers who had already successfully helped flog the juice of another little known tropical fruit, noni, to American consumers (see p.
The eight regular and three diet flavors are sweetened using organic evaporated cane juice.
Watkins of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his colleagues tested the idea that compounds called furanocoumarins, which are abundant in grapefruit juice but scarce or absent in most other citrus juices, are the metabolism-altering culprits.
Just before serving, squeeze some citrus juice onto cooked or fresh vegetables, green salads, and roasted, baked, steamed, or boiled potatoes.
Check ingredient labels to be sure juice blends are 100% juice, and check which juices are predominant (the first ones listed).
The juice that is extracted from these grapes lacks any distinguishing c haracteristics other than the desired acidity and tartness.
The concentrated juice had about two-thirds of the flavoring present in the original juice.
Orange juice is the main juice product imported to the United Kingdom, with a 65% share by volume.
In 2009 the actual volume of juice and nectar sales in Russia mounted up to the sum of 2.