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August 17, 2004

Thomasville - Because of the hurricane destruction, some shipments out of Florida have not been able to get to the stores.

At Harvey's in Thomasville, store manager John Williams says they ordered extra water and canned meats before the Hurricane to avoid such a shortage. "We ordered 8 pallets of water 'cause we know what's happened before because you always have a rush like that," says Williams.

In addition to late arrivals, you will soon see an increase in the prices of some Floridian products, like orange juice.

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