Orange juice futures have hit record highs due to a combination of factors.
Hurricane Ida caused damage to orange groves in Florida, reducing the supply of oranges.
Increased demand for vitamin C during the COVID-19 pandemic has also contributed to the rise in orange juice futures.
The price of orange juice futures has increased by over 20% in the past month.
Consumers may see higher prices for orange juice and other citrus products.
The rise in orange juice futures could also impact the profits of companies that rely on orange juice as a key ingredient.
Experts predict that the price of orange juice futures will remain high in the short term, but may eventually stabilize as supply and demand balance out.