Nature, cartels put squeeze on lime growers
LOGAN GARNETT GENERAL MANAGER.
Take one part foul weather, one part disease, and one part cartel violence, shake, and what do you get? A very expensive margarita, apparently. In what can be called a perfect storm of perfectly bad luck, several factors have combined recently to drive up the price of limes coming into the U.S. from Mexico to almost three times the usual cost.
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