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You'd think with East Coast crops freezing over due to the intense storms, people would turn to warmer areas for their agriculture needs.
However, that's not the case.
Biting winds and freezing temperatures are forcing people on the east coast to stay home, away from restaurants and shops where foods like lettuce, brussel sprouts and cauliflower are sold.
The demand for winter crops has dropped so drastically that prices for Yuma crops have fallen to nearly half of what they were before.
Right now, a case of 24 lettuce heads is priced at $6.50.
Growers are believe things will turn around soon and also hope a case can be sold $12 within the next few weeks.