Podcast: Buy Australian and see Australia

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Research shows that since the pandemic an overwhelming number of Australians want to buy locally produced products to support the economy and reduce reliance on overseas manufacturing. But is that as simple as selecting a product that says ‘Made in Australia’?

Host John Deeks speaks with Sam Walker founder of All-Australian.com.au, about the three key features that ensure you are supporting Australian companies. And YourLifeChoices publisher Leon Della Bosca tells how travellers can also support Aussie businesses. Sit back and relax (nibbling an easter egg of course) and enjoy our podcast.

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