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Ag & Energy Report 4.21.17

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Ag & Energy Report 4.21.17 Fri, 21 Apr 2017 12:25:52 +0000 Ag & Energy Report 4.21.17 Ag & Energy Report 4.21.17 KARD and energy report. (jane king reporting) after five years of drought, this spring's deluge has turned california's "salad bowl" into a soggy agricultural mess. that's created stratospheric prices for lettuce, broccoli and other salad ingredients grown along california's coast. the sacramento bee the wholesale price of iceberg lettuce grown in california has risen six-fold since january, while broccoli has quadrupled; conditions are expected to persist for several more weeks. the trump administration is pushing for more exports of liquified natural gas. gary cohn, the director of the white house national economic council, called for natural gas export facilities built along the northwest coast to serve asia, and another facility in the northeast to serve europe. he noted that germany and japan will need more natural gas as both countries are planning to move away from nuclear power. subway's store count shrinks for the first time in its history. the company closed more stores than it opened and lost a net 359 u-s locations as it deals with a sales slowdown. since last fall, starbucks has been quietly building a solar farm in north carolina, and it's almost ready. with 149,000 solar panels, the farm has the ability to deliver the clean energy equivalent to the electricity powering 600 starbucks stores in north carolina, delaware,

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