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Palm Beach Post reporter Alexandra Clough contributed to this report.
Hungry? Thirsty? Head to the beach. Visitors to beaches along Florida’s east coast are finding food items washed ashore, multiple news outlets are reporting. On Melbourne Beach in Brevard County, beachgoers have been treated to cans of Bustelo Coffee, with the seals intact and the coffee still usable. Our news partners at WPTV NewsChannel 5 report that along the coasts of St. Lucie and Indian River counties, the coffee is being joined by packages of ramen noodles. >> Read more Floridoh! stories Plus, a container of wine washed up in St. Lucie County, WPBF reports. But where are the items coming from? It’s believed they could be from as many as 25 shipping containers that fell from a barge in rough seas Sunday. The barge, the Columbia Elizabeth, had 243 containers offloaded yesterday at the Port of Palm Beach, the Coast Guard said via Twitter.