Roundworms found in imported Fijian ginger

LIVE nematodes have been found in a carton of Fijian ginger imported into Sydney, prompting calls for an immediate ban on further imports.
LIVE nematodes have been found in a carton of Fijian ginger imported into Sydney, prompting calls for an immediate ban on further imports.
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Gentlemen - play the issue, not the man. That way we might all get some enlightenment. As Glenn
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If you have knowledge that "hundreds" of Australian companies are paying bribes then you should
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An excellent question by Glen.....it's just a pity more pollies do not represent their
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