This winter's freezing weather is starting to have an impact at the grocery store.
"It's wreaking a little bit of havoc on the market," Oakes Farm Market Manager Eric Oakes said.
With so many crops killed off by the cold, produce shop owners are seeing tomato prices triple. Cases that usually cost $12-15 are up to $40.
Oakes says his market in Naples goes through 140 cases of tomatoes each week. He attributes the slow down in supply to freezing temperatures in Mexico.
"It doesn't look like this market is going to come down anytime soon" Oakes said. "I think it's going to be two or three weeks before we start maybe seeing a mild change in it."