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Date:2/26/2008

Enter the 'Back to the Grove' recipe contest for a chance to win a trip to

Florida

LAKELAND, Fla., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- As the winter months linger, who wouldn't want to cook up a Florida getaway? Home chefs and citrus enthusiasts alike have the opportunity to put their culinary creativity to the test for a chance to win a grand prize trip to the Sunshine State. With the Back to the Grove recipe contest, the Florida Department of Citrus is calling for original recipes that showcase nutritious and delicious orange juice.

Thanks to their state's sunny, subtropical climate and sandy soil, Florida's citrus growers are known for producing the world's juiciest and most flavorful oranges. Each year, about 90 percent of Florida's orange crop is used to produce healthy, 100 percent orange juice, a favorite American breakfast beverage that also adds sweet citrus zing and a nutritious boost to recipes.

To enter the Back to the Grove recipe contest, aspiring chefs can submit a unique food or non-alcoholic beverage recipe that uses at least 8 ounces of 100 percent Florida orange juice. Entries received between now and March 14, 2008 qualify for a chance to win a grand prize trip to Florida. Contest entry forms and more information are available at http://www.floridajuice.com/backtothegrove.

An expert judging panel, including members of the highly acclaimed Johnson & Wales College of Culinary Arts teaching staff, will review all entries based on their innovation and uniqueness, health and nutrition value, and ease of preparation. Sunny Orlando awaits one grand prize winner and a guest, who will receive a three-night, four-day, citrus-inspired Florida experience, including a tour through peak-season orange groves and a personal cooking class with a renowned Florida chef.

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