Container charges to chickpea export destination skyrocket

John Ellicott
By John Ellicott
January 22 2022 - 7:30pm
Chickpea growers face uncertain times for their crop as ship freight costs skyrocket and some of the crop is downgraded due to the wet weather before and during harvest.

As the last parts of the grain harvest are completed in NSW, chickpea growers face an uncertain future for their harvested crop with rising container freight costs and uncertainty on how downgraded chickpeas will be sold.

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John Ellicott

John Ellicott

senior journalist

journalist and author

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