Cold weather in the Western growing states and Mexico has delayed vegetable production and might have caused some freeze damage to produce, industry and government groups said. Wegmans Food Markets’ suppliers reported damaged vegetable crops and slowed plant growth, according to a blog post by Mary Ellen Burris, senior vice president of consumer affairs at Wegmans. “So for the next few weeks, supplies are very tight and our costs are going up. In some cases, product may not ...
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