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Jambalaya | Jan 12, 201808:02 AM     1

What's with the season on these things? Does anyone out there know why they seem to end almost exactly on Jan. 1. It seems after that date you can no longer get any in the stores. We all know that's not how nature works and the juice is available year round, so the fresh fruit must be available. Why cut them off so suddenly as soon as the holiday season is over? It's like on New Years Eve they go through the stores and just take them all off the shelf. With all the hype about how healthy they are I'm sure there's a market for them!

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