U.S. Faces Cauliflower Shortage

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Due to climate change and the resultant low temperatures in California and Arizona where crops are grown, the nation faces a shortage of cauliflower, driving the price up to eight dollars per bundle in some areas. What do you think?

“Is it possible that the price increase is due to rampant speculation by insatiable investors?”

Chad Yoder • Petroleum Sifter

“Sounds like a death knell for the whole vegetarian trend.”

Becca Clemmons • Second Bailiff


“What will people mash in a futile attempt to replace potatoes now?”

Ralph Deacon • Podium Carpenter