El Nino is affecting Center Store on everything from soup to nuts. While most of the attention has been focused on the damage to crops and property in the wake of El Nino-induced flooding, hurricanes, blizzards and other weather extremes, Center Store, including frozen and canned vegetables, is also being affected. Retailers may be faced with higher prices this summer as a result. Manufacturers told SN the weather has delayed plantings of several key crops, forced processors to look ...

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