AUSTRALIA: NZ fruit ban may end, with tough new quarantine laws
The ban on imports of New Zealand fruit may well be lifted soon, but with a condition. After receiving a request from the Australian government to review the ban (itself prompted by the New Zealand government), the Australian Food and Grocery Council has said that fruit may be imported if tougher quarantine rules are introduced, including making the fruit subject to compulsory radiation treatment before entering Australia.
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