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California Drought Will Cost Utah Grocery Buyers

 
Posted February 26th, 2014 @ 10:53am by Talk Radio 105.7 FM / 570 AM

THE IMPACT OF CALIFORNIA'S SEVERE DROUGHT IS EXPECTED TO SOON HIT US, AT THE GROCERY STORE.

AS MUCH AS A THIRD OF THE FERTILE CALIFORNIA VALLEY ACREAGE MAY GO UNPLANTED THIS SPRING, DUE TO A LACK OF WATER.

AT THE SALT LAKE GROCERY STORE "LIBERTY HEIGHTS FRESH," OWNER STEVEN ROSENBERG EXPECTS PRODUCE PRICES TO SPIKE IN JUNE AND JULY.

RAIN WAS FINALLY EXPECTED TO FALL IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY.

BUT NOW RESIDENTS IN THE AREA ARE CONCERNED ABOUT FLASH FLOODING AND MUDSLIDES.

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