Ginger prices high, but tipped to fall as new crop is harvested
A perfect storm of drought impacting supply, teamed with the global pandemic driving up demand, has seen the price of ginger surge by more than double.
Consumers have been paying an average of 55 dollars a kilo for the root.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with Australian Ginger Growers Association President Shane Templeton
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