PALO ALTO Calif. Freezing temperatures throughout California have triggered a spike in the price of local produce, according to processors and foodservice operators in northern California, an epicenter of the buy-local movement. The impact on organic produce has been particularly severe. The contract foodservice firm Bon Appetit Management Co. here, which specializes in organic and sustainable foods, claimed it is having trouble getting supplies for its various accounts.One of the ...

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