If you're an orange-juice-for-breakfast person, then you're most likely used to tasting a bit of Florida.
Most people know that Florida is the largest producer of oranges in the country, but they don't know that it is second only to Brazil as the largest orange-producer in the world. What's more, Florida oranges are usually heavier than other kinds, since they tend to be juicier and have thinner peels. And while California oranges are usually the ones you eat, Florida oranges tend to be the ones you drink. Next to tourism – ahem, Mr. Mouse – the citrus industry is the second largest industry in the state.