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Tropicana's fight to keep its patent for the production of not-from-concentrate orange juice could drag out for years, according to reports from the US. The US Office of Patents and Trademarks having revoked Tropicana's tradmark, after it found that, has said it will re-examine the issue after an appeal from the juice maker and Pepsi subsidiary. The examination could take two years.


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