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Landline: July 15, 2018
July 15, 2018
ABC  |  July 15, 2018
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A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week.

Growing Peanuts: Plans to increase peanut plantings and local production
A new name in the peanut industry is giving Australian growers a spring in their step. Bega Cheese, purchasers of Peanut Company of Australia, have big plans to increase local peanut plantings and production, and a goal to one day produce peanut butter using only Australian nuts.

Markets Report: Market activity and analysis with Kerry Lonergan

Heywire: Ajay
Ajay from Casino in northern New South Wales is encouraging others to step up and choose the best path in life.

Yuzu: The odd-looking citrus prized for unique flavour
Yuzu grows on trees so thorny pickers need to wear welding gloves. But this odd-looking citrus is highly prized by chefs who say what it lacks in appearance - it makes up for in flavour and aroma.

Ancient Grains: Adding new flavour to bread using ancient grains
A South Australian bakery is leading a revival of ancient grains in a mission to add more flavour to bread. They are growing heritage wheat varieties that pack a taste punch but are hard to come by, including the iconic Australian variety Federation Wheat.

A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week.

Growing Peanuts: Plans to increase peanut plantings and local production
A new name in the peanut industry is giving Australian growers a spring in their step. Bega Cheese, purchasers of Peanut Company of Australia, have big plans to increase local peanut plantings and production, and a goal to one day produce peanut butter using only Australian nuts.

Markets Report: Market activity and analysis with Kerry Lonergan

Heywire: Ajay
Ajay from Casino in northern New South Wales is encouraging others to step up and choose the best path in life.

Yuzu: The odd-looking citrus prized for unique flavour
Yuzu grows on trees so thorny pickers need to wear welding gloves. But this odd-looking citrus is highly prized by chefs who say what it lacks in appearance - it makes up for in flavour and aroma.

Ancient Grains: Adding new flavour to bread using ancient grains
A South Australian bakery is leading a revival of ancient grains in a mission to add more flavour to bread. They are growing heritage wheat varieties that pack a taste punch but are hard to come by, including the iconic Australian variety Federation Wheat.

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