Irma Could Cost You More at Grocery Store

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Sunday, September 24, 2017
agriculture, countryside, crop
If you notice that the price of some grocery store items have recently increased lately, it may be because of Hurricane Irma.

When the storm ripped through parts of Florida and Georgia it caused damage to crops.

Pecan crops in Georgia was hit hard 30% of the pecan crop in the state may have been destroyed.

In south Florida alone, the citrus crop has faced losses between 70-100%, and in central Florida, 30-40%. 

The Team

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