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Minnesota apple crop arrives earlier than usual, but is smaller

Apple consumers in Minnesota can thank an early spring for apples at area orchards, which are ripening 10 days to two weeks ahead of schedule — but because of rough weather, the crop is also smaller. KARE-TV reports that shoppers should expect no deals on apples this year, with the exception of hail-damaged fruit — often sold as “utility” apples — at half price.

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