Two smaller lettuces for $6.50 will help increase supply in south east Queensland

Helen Walker
Updated June 23 2022 - 2:24pm, first published 2:00pm
Mark Aquilino from Coles visits Rugby Farm in Lockyer Valley to inspect the iceberg lettuce in-crop. Picture Supplied.
Mark Aquilino from Coles visits Rugby Farm in Lockyer Valley to inspect the iceberg lettuce in-crop. Picture Supplied.

Supermarket giant Coles is working together with its fresh produce growers to provide a temporary solution for customers wanting to buy iceberg lettuces, after floods and cold weather have impacted their supply in south east Queensland.

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Helen Walker

Helen Walker

Toowoomba-based Journalist

Helen is the Toowoomba-based journalist who loves nothing better than covering anything horse sport related, however she covers all commodities and personality yarns. Over the years she has lived in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Longreach and Roma filing stories for the 'bible of the bush'. Contact 0459 827414.

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