Baby formula to be sold in remote Indigenous communities for same price as rest of Australia

Remote northern Indigenous communities will no longer have to pay more than the rest of the country for baby formula, thanks to a new deal with an Australian food supplier.

The Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA) reached an agreement with to supply formula for $30 to 28 across the Northern Territory and far north Queensland, the same price as in urban supermarkets.


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