Drought will drive up prices of holiday food, report says

10/18/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Prices on products including apples and turkeys are on the rise after the summer's drought, making it likely that restaurants and consumers will pay more for traditional seasonal treats, according to the Dining Alliance. On a brighter note, the price of pumpkins, a fairly drought-resistant crop, has remained stable.

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