California deal may plug supply gaps

02/28/2011 03:27:11 PM
Mike Hornick

California’s winter vegetable acreage was 76,000, up 3% from a year ago, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Broccoli acreage was down, but carrots, cauliflower, head lettuce and celery all showed gains. For 2010, fresh-market gross revenue fell 4% from the prior year in California to $5.4 billion, or 48% of U.S. vegetable value, the USDA said.

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