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The Marketplace Report: Citrus Fruit Shortage

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The Marketplace Report: Citrus Fruit Shortage

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The Marketplace Report: Citrus Fruit Shortage

The Marketplace Report: Citrus Fruit Shortage

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Florida's flurry of late-summer hurricanes battered groves, leading to fruit prices 50 percent higher than average. Florida is expecting the smallest grapefruit crop since the Depression, and its worst orange crop in 13 years. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and Lisa Napoli of Marketplace.

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