OJ Mystery Solved

Credit to my sister for solving the mystery of the missing orange.  As reported in As food costs rise, supermarket products shrink “[l]ast year, Tropicana announced it was effectively raising prices by shrinking its trademark orange juice carton to 59 ounces, from 64 ounces, citing a winter freeze that damaged crops.”  Accompanying the story is an image of the old and new Tropicana cartons.  Before I took the picture in the prior post I compared the two cartons in every way–except, obviously, their volume, because they appeared to be the same size.

Well done, sis.  You win a lifetime subscription to A Foolish Consistency.

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