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  • The luxury bbq market heats up down under
  • The luxury bbq market heats up down under
    Louise Cohen (2014) ©
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The luxury bbq market heats up down under

The Australian barbecue market is – to fit the stereotype – huge. But an influx of cheap, imported products is leaving consumers hankering for something more substantial to grill their meat on. It's driving spending on high-end barbecues, which can sell for as much as $10,000.

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