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Hot winter prevented a spike in food prices

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California’s hot winter kept the drought from causing a spike in food prices. Warm temperatures pushed up harvests, allowing domestic fruits and vegetables to compete with imports.

See article here: Hot Winter Prevented a Spike in Food Prices, 2015

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