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Jeff Kotch of Bonita Springs purchases corn from Carlos Santiago at a vegetable and fruit stand at the Bonita Springs Farmers Market on Wednesday, January 12, 2010. 'We've noticed the increase in price,' said Tammy Kotch, wife of Jeff Kotch. 'But if you like it, what are you going to do?' Allie Garza/Staff

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Jeff Kotch of Bonita Springs purchases corn from Carlos Santiago at a vegetable and fruit stand at the Bonita Springs Farmers Market on Wednesday, January 12, 2010. "We've noticed the increase in price," said Tammy Kotch, wife of Jeff Kotch. "But if you like it, what are you going to do?" Allie Garza/Staff

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  • Jeff Kotch of Bonita Springs purchases corn from Carlos Santiago at a vegetable and fruit stand at the Bonita Springs Farmers Market on Wednesday, January 12, 2010. 'We've noticed the increase in price,' said Tammy Kotch, wife of Jeff Kotch. 'But if you like it, what are you going to do?' Allie Garza/Staff
  • At the Bonita Springs Farmers Market, corn is selling $1 an ear, or six for $5, higher than normal due to the hard freeze south Florida recently experienced. Allie Garza/Staff
  • At the Bonita Springs Farmers Market, corn is selling $1 an ear, or six for $5, higher than normal due to the hard freeze south Florida recently experienced. Allie Garza/Staff
  • Carlos Santiago works to bag vegetables at his Bonita Springs Farmers Market stand on Wednesday, January 12, 2011. Due to the hard freeze south Florida recently experienced, corn was selling $1 an ear, or six for $5. Allie Garza/Staff
  • At the Bonita Springs Farmers Market, corn is selling $1 an ear, or six for $5, higher than normal due to the hard freeze south Florida recently experienced. Allie Garza/Staff
  • Dean Rambo, a seasonal Bonita Springs resident originally from Frankfurt, Ky., looks at corn prices while visiting the Bonita Springs Farmers Market on Wednesday, January 12, 2011. Corn was selling for $1 an ear, or six for $5 at the market. Allie Garza/Staff
  • Dressed as a Star Wars Storm Trooper, a child and his mother shop at the Bonita Springs Farmers Market at Riverside Park on Wednesday, January 12, 2010. Allie Garza/Staff
  • At the Bonita Springs Farmers Market, corn is selling $1 an ear, or six for $5, higher than normal due to the hard freeze south Florida recently experienced. Allie Garza/Staff

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