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How this small-town market is helping customers with sky-high lettuce prices

The Market north of Peterborough, Ont., hopes prices will level off by Christmas

CBC News

If you haven't noticed, lettuce prices have been higher than normal — extraordinarily higher.

A head of iceberg lettuce that normally sold for $1 now has a price tag of $5.99 in some stores. Chopped romaine? $6.99. And a bag of three romaine hearts? Get ready to pay $9.

Drought conditions and disease in California, where much of the lettuce sold in Canada comes from, affected supply and drove up prices.

But there's no need to skip your salad if you're near The Market, a grocery store in Selwyn, On…

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How this small-town market is helping customers with sky-high lettuce prices

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