WASHINGTON (FNS) -- This summer's persistent drought conditions in the Northeast aren't having much of a retail effect on fruits and vegetables -- at least not yet. "There really is no danger to the retail market that would impact the supply and demand," said Dianne Cullo, a spokeswoman for the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, Alexandria, Va. "We have an abundance of fruits and vegetables available from our producers that are ending up in the supermarkets. "Locally, in D.C., ...

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