The high inflationary wave, the increasing cost of key ingredients and packaging materials, the recovering global supply chain and the natural disasters Australia witnessed in 2022 following the pandemic, have all been reasons for the significant increases in the unit prices of fresh fruits and vegetables in Australia. Especially with rising inflation and the soaring cost of living, retailers such as Coles and Woolworths announced price freezes for pantry and household items until the end of 2022 to give consumers more price stability and help Australians manage the pressures on their household budgets.
Food and beverage macro-trends have drastically evolved to bring about a wave of changes in where consumers shop and work, and how they eat. A significant increase in the amount of time spent at home has changed cooking and dining habits for consumers, as they gravitate towards recreating meals at home.
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This is the aggregation of cauliflowers/broccoli, maize, tomatoes, onions and other vegetables. Only include fresh uncooked and unprocessed vegetables (packaged and unpackaged) and unpackaged processed vegetables, eg. salted vegetables sold from open markets. All packaged/processed vegetable products are excluded.See All of Our Definitions
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