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Locals reveal parts of Australia paying $9 for milk and $84 for instant coffee


The parts of Australia where locals are paying $9 for milk, $17 for salad and $84 for instant coffee as the cost-of-living crisis bites hard

  • Residents in remote places in Australia are paying a hefty price for groceries
  • One Northern Territory town was selling a 2lt milk bottle for a massive $9.20
  • A salad mix in another town was going for $17 – usually $2-3 at Coles in Sydney
  • In 2020 a 1kg coffee tin sold for $84 in Queensland, illustrating a big issue

Rural communities are bearing the brunt of Australia’s cost-of-living crisis with milk going for up to $9 and a mixed salad pack for $17.

The exorbitant prices reflect the fact remote stores have to foot the bill for increasing freight costs, but a public health expert has also called out the monopolies…



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