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What does OECJ stand for?

OECJ stands for Organic Evaporated Cane Juice

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Ingredients include organic tomato puree, organic unbleached wheat and whole wheat flour, reduced fat Mozzarella cheese (pasteurized part-skim milk, culture, salt, enzymes [without animal enzymes or rennet]), filtered water, organic evaporated cane juice, organic extra virgin olive oil, yeast, organic basil, sea salt, organic garlic, organic red wine vinegar and spices.
Both offerings are sweetened with organic evaporated cane juices and fruit juices as well as Truvia, a zero-calorie sweetener that uses rebiana, an extract from the stevia leaf.
Mrs May's Naturals are made from a luxurious blend of toasted seeds and nuts that are slowly dry roasted with a dash of sea salt, then brushed with organic evaporated cane juice and shaped into bite-sized chunks.
It doesn't matter that pound cake is made with organic evaporated cane juice instead of (essentially equivalent) sugar, that its wheat flour is unbleached and unbromated (it's still not whole wheat), or that it's made with whole eggs or "pure" (as opposed to impure?