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  • Sweet potatoes are keeping Australia healthy
  • Sweet potatoes are keeping Australia healthy
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Sweet potatoes are keeping Australia healthy

Sweet potatoes have been dubbed by some as the ultimate superfood, packed with nutrients and immunity-boosting benefits. This humble vegetable has now emerged as one of the fastest growing fresh produce categories in Australia, with almost 70% of households buying it.

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