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Woolworths Group launches $24.1m organic farming fund
by Martin Whiteon
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18 October 2018
On 18 October 2018 FoodBev Media reported:
Australia-based retailer Woolworths Group has launched a AUD 30 million ($21.4 million) fund designed to help Australian farmers meet the growing demand for organic produce from consumers. Established in partnership with Heritage Bank, the Woolworths Organic Growth Fund will allocate grants and interest-free loans over the next five years to Australian organic fruit and vegetable producers who want to expand their operations, and to farmers who want to start growing organic produce.
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