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|Wednesday, June 02, 2010|
In 2000, the Vincent family ended its partnership with Ocean Spray, and says the company controls prices in a way that small farmers can't keep up with.
Now, the family is making its own juice, that will debut a $8 a bottle at New Seasons markets this week.
Read more at Willamette Week.
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