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Most peanuts Australians eat are foreign and farmers don’t have the water to compete – ABC News

As a changing climate crushes domestic production in traditional peanut country, growers are turning to regions like the Red…



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Roughly 70 per cent of the peanuts Australians eat a year are imported.
Key points:

  • The majority of peanuts eaten in Australia are imported
  • Climate change is eroding production in traditional growing areas
  • The industry is looking to new regions like the Red…

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