How to manage fluctuating produce prices

How to manage fluctuating produce prices

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When a drought hit California early this year, the price of romaine jumped $5 per case for some restaurants. Later in the year, droughts and cold weather created a shortage of limes and other fresh produce, prompting USA Today to probe restaurants that were skimping on garnishes.

Produce prices are constantly fluctuating. When the movement is smal

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