Plan to pay a little more for oranges at the grocery store

Created: 02/04/2014 7:08 AM WHEC.com

If you have an orange for breakfast in the morning, you might be paying slightly more for them at the grocery store.

California citrus growers say freezing temperatures in December cost them $441-million in lost crops.

We are told juice prices will not be affected because the majority of California’s citrus crop is eaten as fruit, not juice.

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