Chefs around the country are bemoaning the losses of Californiaâ€™s citrus crop after the central and southern California areas were hit with record low temperatures for several days in January, causing an estimated $800 million in damage to citrus crops.Navel and Valencia oranges were the hardest hit, but the smaller yet emerging varietals industry also suffered setbacks, forcing chefs across the country to scramble for alternative sources for Cara Cara oranges, pixie tangerines and Meyer ...
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