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Pricier Fruit?

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After the burst of warm weather followed by a sharp temperature drop this spring, consumers may pay for it this summer. Literally. Area farmers are reporting that certain crops, like tree fruit and stone fruit including peaches and cherries, suffered losses with the frost last month. This may cause supplies to be lower and prices to be higher, especially at farmer's markets this summer. [Tribune]

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