Orange juice futures for January delivery rose 4.55 cents to finish at $1.299 per pound.
Other commodities were mixed on expectations that the Federal Reserve may announce a revamped bond-buying plan Wednesday to maintain its support for the U.S. economy.
Gold for February delivery fell $4.80 to end at $1,709.60 an ounce and January platinum rose $16.70 to $1,640 per ounce.
In March contracts, silver fell 36 cents to $33.017 per ounce, copper fell 1.95 cents to $3.6865 per pound and palladium dropped $7.95 to $696.80 per ounce
Benchmark oil rose 23 cents to finish at $85.79 per barrel, heating oil rose 3.08 cents to $2.927 per gallon and wholesale gasoline rose 1.24 cents to $2.6105 per gallon. Natural gas fell 4.8 cents to $3.412 per 1,000 cubic feet.