While food prices are on the rise virtually across the board in the United States, warmer-than-usual weather has led to an influx of lobsters that has driven prices for the crustaceans to steep lows. RELATED • Lobster rolls trending in restaurants • Chef brings crab house experience to New York • More restaurant industry food and beverage news Lobster’s low price is a bit of a fluke: Last May, warm weather off the coast of Maine caused lobsters to ...

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