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Australia's remote farmers are driving eight hours to find food as supermarkets limit bulk buying

SBS Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Australia's remote farmers are driving eight hours to find food as supermarkets limit bulk buyingAs panic buying continues in Australia, supermarkets have limited bulk shops and suspended pick-up orders. But for the Northern Territory graziers who live hours from the nearest town and often only make only one trip a month, it means having to find other suppliers.
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