If you buy your OJ from the grocery store, you've probably noticed that juice is either labeled as "from concentrate" or "not from concentrate." Common knowledge teaches us that choosing the not-from-concentrate option is probably fresher, right? Bad news: even that not-from-concentrate juice is far from fresh, and not 100 percent juice. In fact, most commercially sold orange juice can be stored for up to a year before it makes its way to the shelves at your local store. So much for fresh from the grove! Since oranges are a seasonal product, it makes sense that it has to be stored for long periods of time to be sold year-round, but it still alters the picture of "fresh" you probably have in mind when thinking about orange juice.