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Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Aloha, avocados in Port Townsend

Adam Carter, assistant team leader for produce at the Food Co-op in Port Townsend, builds a stack of organic Sharwill avocados that arrived from Hawaii on Tuesday.

Port Townsend is one of only a few communities to receive this produce due to USDA export restrictions for the past 25 years to prohibit fruit fly infestation.

Three cases totaling 108 avocados were delivered.

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