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  • Aussies are going organic
  • Aussies are going organic
    Ruy Barbosa Pinto (2011) ©

Aussies are going organic

When people think of typical Australian food, the image of a barbeque and a beer may come to mind. But with Aussies more health conscious than ever, that barbeque is more likely to be served up with a large side of organic salad and the beer swapped for some low-calorie coconut water.



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