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Plenty of positives about this.

Sure they're way too expensive for me to consider but having trade agreements continue to make the world smaller. If anything it's a two way street that should have advantages for us.


  1. Hopefully they still taste good by the time they get to Australia. Our grape season has started and our store ad shows US$1.99 per pound. We have New Zealand apples here and Canadian blueberries.

  2. Under $4 a kilo is my buy point for grapes. I didn't take a photo but there were local green grapes beside these for about half the price, but still beyond my price mark.