A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Monday, 5 June 2017


There's something very complicated about the price of primary produce in this country.   With French cheese retailing here from seventy dollars per kilogram, we can make excuses about distance and freight and duty and so on, but Woombye is just down the road in the same town, and depending on who one listens to, farmers are paid between fifteen and thirty cents per litre of milk and it takes ten litres to make a kilogram of cheese.   

Someone, somewhere  must have a fund for a rainy day!

Everyone has to make a living of course and hopefully a very good one, but none the less,  I'm sad to report that Woombye cheese is priced out of my league. (Except perhaps for very special occasions!)


© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia


1 comment

William Kendall said...

A considerable price! I'd not heard of that before.

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