There’s a lot of hype surrounding the citrus industry.
For one, there’s a growing trend towards citrus-based products.
But a new report from Consumer Reports highlights the challenges that face consumers when it comes to getting their hands on the natural product.
The study found that the majority of consumers who purchase fresh lemon juice are unaware of how it is made.
For those consumers, the report found that, as a result, the process of harvesting and processing the juice is not always the most efficient.
In fact, the study found, many people may not even know that the lemon is made from the peel of the citrus.
It is then often left to the consumers discretion about what kind of lemon it is, and how they would like to consume it.
For example, in California, a lemon juice concentrate that is sold in stores, such as the Costco brand, has a sugar content that is 3.6 times higher than the natural fruit.
That means that it would require about 6,000 pounds of citrus peel to produce a single drop of juice.
While this sugar content is relatively small, it means that consumers are unlikely to consume as much as the 6,200 pounds of the concentrate in a single day.
The result is that consumers can end up with an unappetizing taste and an unpleasant taste after consuming their drink, according to the Consumer Reports report.
“It’s really hard for people to understand how a lemon is processed, and then end up putting the cart before the horse when it’s buying something they don’t need,” said Robert Kastner, the director of consumer research and public policy at Consumer Reports.
“People need to be educated on the process, and they need to know what to expect when they go to the store.”