Apparently, the once popular beverage is no longer on many breakfast tables in America. 

Experts are predicting the demand for orange juice in United States will slump to the its' lowest numbers in at least three decades.

A report from Bloomberg states the reason for the slum is the fact there is a wider array of beverage choices. Ir's expected that domestic demand for OJ will drop 11 percent to 600,000 tons in the 12 months that started Oct. 1, the lowest since at least 1986, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said in a report after the futures market closed.

Don't worry orange growers, I'm doing my part with mimosa's at brunch!