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gutreactions | Jan 18, 202105:28 AM     61

We have been overloading on berries all winter so far. We enjoy them, of course. Blueberries, raspberries and blackberries mostly. They have been selling for remarkably low prices this season at our local markets. You can throw in pineapples and fruits in general, too. Early in the pandemic they were priced very high, if you could find them. How do you account for this?

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