A cauliflower shortage is jacking up prices and causing panic among dieters everywhere.
Cold weather in the main Cauliflower growing regions of California and Arizona has cut into North American supplies – leading to sky-high prices. According to US Department of Agriculture data, wholesale prices have more than doubled since early November. Wholesale prices passed $4 per head on December 12th.
Costing around $2 or $3 a head just a year ago, some shoppers and food bloggers are reporting they have seen stores charge as much as $7 or $8 per head in recent weeks – a little more green than some people care to spend…
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