Think food prices are high now?
You may be in for an even bigger sticker shock at the grocery store soon.
Food prices are expected to go up even more in the next two to three months by about 15 to 20 percent thanks in large part to California's drought.
Products that will be most impacted include lettuce, broccoli, avocados, berries, and beef.
One buyer for a grocery chain predicts prices will also go up at restaurants as well, because they'll have to pay more for fresh produce and meat.
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