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Produce prices are on the rise because of the drought, and now one Northern California store is trying something new -- not-so-perfect produce. (KGO-TV)

Produce prices are on the rise because of the drought, and now one Northern California store is trying something new -- not-so-perfect produce.

Forty percent of food grown in the U.S. is wasted each year and Raley's says they can cut down on that waste.

To learn how much water your city is required to cut back, click here. For water rebate information from Bay Area water suppliers, click here. And click here for tips on how to conserve water. To learn more about how to report water wasters #WhereYouLive, click here.
For full coverage on the drought, click here.

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