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    4 oz containers of orange juice

    Know where I can buy some for cheap?

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    God, I remember this road trip we took when I was a little kid, and my mom brought along some small cans of OJ. It tasted...tinny.

    I also vaguely remember having Minute Maid juice boxes with orange juice.

    Other than that, I can't remember seeing orange juice in containers that small, though. Oh, maybe on an airplane--like the juice that comes in the applesauce-like containers.

    Anyway, what's it for? Can you buy larger sizes and divide them yourself?

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    Re: 4 oz containers of orange juice

    They look like the small cartons of milk in the schools. It would be for low sugar, I know there are other things but this works best without raising my sugar too much, and it quenches the thirst during a drop. Anything bigger would really go to waste.

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    Re: 4 oz containers of orange juice

    https://jet.com/product/detail/78db6...IC5w&gclsrc=ds

    This is less than $20 for 48, which makes each serving less than $0.50. Seems pretty inexpensive.


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