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During the 1990s, the market in Queensland and northern New South Wales generally experienced premium prices due to the fall in the Australian dollar and our ability to meet the pre Ramadan market... The Ramadan festive season advances by about two weeks each year and Australian growers are no longer in a position to meet this market straight off the header... There are a range of buyers supplying the different needs of the market from bulk, machine dressed in containers, processed into splits and dhal, and specialty types (e.g. larger sizes, lighter colour)...
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