A current squeeze on supplies of California grapes is not stopping some retailers from making the best of the crop's good early quality. Andronico's Market, Albany, Calif., was confident enough to offer grapes on ad last week, despite current overall tight supplies and upward pressure on prices. Don Sorani, produce buyer for Andronico's, featured red flames at 99 cents a pound. "The flames are eating well this season," Sorani told SN. Indeed, the red flames seem to be of better quality ...

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