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Recent Freezing Weather May Result In Higher Prices For Consumers

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Several days of freezing temperatures put many growers intro high gear to salvage as many of their crops from the field as they could. Losses were high and as Vic Micolucci reports, consumers may see a spike in prices in the weeks to come.

Another version of this story was filed from the UF ABC News on Campus bureau: Cold Weather to Drive Up Grocery Bills.

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