Recently, the Wall Street Journal released an article (http://goo.gl/6mseb2) predicting great increases in this summer's fruit and vegetable prices.

Thanks to a three-year drought in California, underprivileged families will now need even more support in maintaining a balanced diet. The price of a head of lettuce is set to go up 62 cents, and tomatoes will now likely cost $2.84/pound. Even in ordinary times, many hardworking families struggle to put adequately nutritious food on the table. With increasing prices, now is the time Nevadans can most benefit from a program like Farm Fresh For Kids.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/04/15/attention-shoppers-fruit-and-vegetable-prices-rising/