Australia Underwater In 2011

According to AgForce, a farmer’s lobby collection, the flooding has left half of Queensland’s agricultural crop damaged. More than a few coal establishments in the region have implemented force majeure. Under this ruling, companies will not be detained liable for missed deliveries as a result of conditions beyond their control. The Queensland Resources Council, a […]

Price decreases create Christmas bargains in salads and soft cooked veg

The wholesale price for salads and soft cooked vegetables has dropped significantly throughout December according to the latest Veginsights consumer and market report, following the trend from November further down and creating considerable Christmas time bargains for consumers, particularly in the eastern states of Australia. The most significant moves in product wholesale prices in December […]

AU: Farmers cope with wet weather

Farmers in the Southern Downs and Granite Belt won’t let a little rain, cold, hail and wind stop them from getting their produce to the market. The unseasonably wet conditions have been one of the worst on record and lower than normal temperatures this year have kept things “interesting” according to some of the growers […]