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Plan on paying more for fruits and vegetables over the next couple of months.
Florida’s freezes wiped out thousands of acres worth of agriculture and millions of cases of food.
Bruce Rottman is picking fruit to get a picture of how bad Florida’s freezes were on citrus.
Rottman works with the USDA, surveying crops to assess damage.
“There’s one right here that’s on the border line,” Rottman said. “It’s got some damage right here where you can see the wavy segment wall there. The fruit is dry right here.”
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