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Food Patterns and Habits in the Era of Covid 19

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Food Patterns and Habits in the Era of Covid 19

It cannot be denied that the pandemic has aggressively affected the food patterns and habits of consumers. Fear of not having enough has led to major disruptions in the food chain, as it has resulted in panic buying. The most important area of concern is that the over-buying of supplies can lead to food wastage […]


Kakadu Plum: The World’s Newest Superfood

Even though acai berries and maca powder protein balls are sweeping the Australian nation at the present moment, people have forgotten about the Kakadu plum. This potent superfood is native to the Australian nation. In the present moment, where Covid 19 is severely wreaking havoc on an individual’s immunity, this tiny green plum contains a […]


Guavas Highly Rich in Vitamin C: The Cinderella Fruit

Even though the harvesting of guavas is taking a back seat, the immense amount of rain is an affair that all farm owners are welcoming. Furthermore, many producers are now keen on reminding the world how rich this fruit is in Vitamin C. Especially during this pandemic, Vitamin C has become essential in every household. […]


Mango Growers Coaxing Summer Fruit to Grow in Winter

According to the latest agricultural occurrences, the mango season in Australia keeps getting longer. This is because many mango growers have figured out a way to expedite the blossoming of the crop. By doing this, agribusiness owners can claim higher prices for this summer fruit in the winter season. In fact, this also puts other […]


Citrus Fruits’ Canker Detected in Alabama

Citrus canker, a deadly bacterial fruit disease, has been detected in Alabama, in the residential area of Baldwin. This whole area shares a border with Florida and also the Gulf of Mexico. This disease was detected after the Federal and State plant health officials have identified and confirmed that it is indeed the canker that […]


Soil Replacements Provided for Australian Produce Growers

According to the latest reports, Carnarvon producers were adversely affected by the floods that occurred in February. The Federal Government has now decided to replace the damaged soil to assist the farm owners. In order to ensure that the work progresses swiftly, the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has already commenced securing the required […]


Strawberry Growers React to Needle Contamination

In an event that has devastated the Australian nation, a contaminated needle was planted in a strawberry. What is even more shocking is that the charges against the accused have been dropped. This is why members of the Queensland Strawberry Growers’ Association have expressed their severe disappointment. According to sources, the worker accused of committing […]


A Season Like no Other: The Australian Mango

Australian mango seasons are usually a great hit. However, 2020 proved to be a little different. The weather was warm and there were winds that ran well into the harvest season. Nevertheless, the Northern Territory was faced with a wet season that was hot and extremely dry. In fact, the Bureau of Meteorology measured temperatures […]


Grapes’ Value in Decline due to Trade War

According to the latest in the agricultural world, the Australian government is still trying to fathom the reason why China is delaying table grape imports. This is a great matter of concern because this trade is worth millions and is crucial for the country’s economy. Nevertheless, the Minister of Trade, Dan Tehan, is hoping for […]


Montague Takes Part in the Citrus and Grape Industries

Montague, one of Australia’s famous produce organisations, has collaborated with Primewest in order to take operational control over 93ha Piscioneri Farms. This farm is located 9 kilometres from central Mildura. This abundant property boasts of numerous planted crops, such as Allison, Ivory, Menindee and Thompson table grapes. In addition to this, they also possess fruits […]