Hurricane Ian’s effects on vital industry may send shockwaves beyond Florida

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(FOX BUSINESS) — Food prices could spike as Hurricane Ian approaches Florida and threatens to disrupt the fertilizer supply.

Hurricane Ian, which became a Category 3 storm early Tuesday, is expected to make landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast sometime mid-week, according to a public advisory from the National Hurricane Center. It had maximum sustained winds of about 120 mph late Tuesday afternoon.

Multiple counties in Florida, including the one encompassing Tampa, have issued mandatory evacuation orders for select areas as of Tuesday.

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