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Apple consumers in Minnesota can thank an early spring for apples at area orchards, which are ripening 10 days to two weeks ahead of schedule -- but because of rough weather, the crop is also smaller. KARE-TV reports that shoppers should expect no deals on apples this year, with the exception of hail-damaged fruit -- often sold as "utility" apples -- at half price.

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April 24, 2014