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  • Snackability drives celery sales Down Under
  • Snackability drives celery sales Down Under
    Jasmin Schreiber (2018) ©

Snackability drives celery sales Down Under

While 2016 saw sales of sweet potato soar Down Under thanks to low prices and its superfood status, 2018 may be the year celery has a moment in the spotlight. The versatility of the veg and the fact that it can be eaten on-the-go means that more shoppers are adding it to their baskets.



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