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There's a fairly abundant crop in NC, and they are between $30 and $40 a bushel at most places. I have seen them in grocery stores on sale rite around $1 a pound. When possible, we try to get the "seconds", maybe a few dents, soft spots, etc. We freeze them or make preserves so being really ripe is good.
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