Wheatbelt Fruit Takes A Trip To China

Good news for Australian Agriculture

Wheatbelt Fruit Takes A Trip To China

Navel oranges and mandarins growing near the Wheatbelt town of Moora are set to hit Asian supermarket shelves.

Agrifresh is the main farm growing the fruit with over two-hundred hectares of land.

Managing director JOSEPH LING says it’s an exciting time for the Australian agricultural sector and the foreign market.

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