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  • Financially anxious Aussies grapple with grocery bills
  • Financially anxious Aussies grapple with grocery bills
    Kelly Sikkema (2019) ©
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Financially anxious Aussies grapple with grocery bills

From baking sourdough to mixing quarantinis, culinary pursuits have been a stress reliever for many in the pandemic, but they come with a price tag. With Australians overspending on groceries, they’re looking for ways to cut costs elsewhere and they want brands to offer a helping hand.

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