Strawberry Tampering Needs a Measured Response Not Hysteria


A Sunshine Coast strawberry farmer has been forced to stop production and cut 100 jobs following the public outcry around tampering of strawberries across Australia.

Suncoast Harvest told The Sunshine Coast Daily it would destroy the remaining stockpiles of strawberries on its farm and cease growing the fruit for the rest of the year.

The Suncoast group through a Facebook post pointed to the public, political and media reaction to the events of the last fortnight where sewing needles have . . .

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