TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Higher-quality tomatoes are becoming more plentiful and affordable, state officials said last week. Tomato harvests planted here after Hurricane Wilma are boosting supplies that had been cut short by the storm. "The shortage is ending, quality is improving and prices are falling - and consumers should be benefiting from these developments now," said Charles Bronson, agriculture commissioner for the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, in a statement. ...

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