Lobsters May be Cheaper This Summer

If lobster is on your summer menu, good news, it may be cheaper this year. 

The Associated Press (AP) reports wholesale hard-shell lobsters are selling for about $0.37 less per pound than they did at the same time last year. This is happening despite there being a lower supply of the shellfish. It's unclear if prices will drop any lower once the lobster fishing season comes into full swing. 

This year the mini season falls on July 26th and 27th.

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