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The Bulletin will share its sleuths' winter shopping tips

Co-owner of the Lakes Creek Supermarket, Sandi Ferguson in the fresh produce section. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
Co-owner of the Lakes Creek Supermarket, Sandi Ferguson in the fresh produce section. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

BE sure to get your copy of The Morning Bulletin tomorrow when we take some of the hard work out of grocery shopping for you.

Our sleuths have been out scanning the shelves of the supermarkets and grocers to find the best prices for the 10 most popular winter fruits and 10 most popular winter vegetables.

And we also take a look at how the prices of fruit and vegetables compare across Queensland.

We also give you some tips on how to find the best deals and look at some of the ways producers and consumers are using technology.

So look out for The Weekend Bulletin and find out how you can make best use of your hard-earned dollar.

Topics:  fruit, shopping, supermarkets, vegetables




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