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Australia: Potato prices soar to record levels in wake of autumn harvest washout

It's been a tough few years for potato producers on the Atherton TablelandWidespread flooding in Australia’s potato-growing regions has prompted record prices for far north Queensland growers who are long overdue for a pay rise. David Nix is one of them and he says growers are fetching the best prices in 60 years as a result of the failed autumn harvest in southern growing regions. “We got up to $1500 a ton for bulk Sebago potatoes which is absolutely unheard of. [The] normal price is about 400. “Also Kipfler has been dire straits all year and they’ve reached $4000 a ton.” More

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