Sydney flood crisis expected to increase fruit and vegetable prices

The New South Wales flood crisis seems to be just the latest in a round of hits driving up grocery bills. In Camden, on the southwestern outskirts of Sydney, vegetable producer Paul Grech said his crop of cabbages and baby spinach had been ‘wiped out’ by the swollen Nepean River. It is the third flood to hit his farm this year, washing away an estimated $1 million in turnover.

Source: abc.net.au


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