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Protest against levies gets the wanted results

Thursday 28 September 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Protest against levies gets the wanted results
Prime Foods Managing Director Daniel Forsythe, and Produce Supervisor Peri Naslund, celebrate the price on mandarins won't be going up this spring, thanks to tariffs being axed. 17092733

Fruit and vegetable levies that were set to push up the price of some produce this month until November 30 have been dropped.

Fruit and vegetable levies that were set to push up the price of some produce this month until November 30 have been dropped.


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