No lettuce shortage in WA, while NSW Woolies offers incentive to buy the expensive greens

Our great lettuce crisis appears to only be a problem for the eastern states with West Australians seemingly having no problem getting the salad staple – and at a completely reasonable price.  

Fresh vegetable prices have skyrocketed over the past few months as demand outstrips supply after flooding in Queensland and northern NSW ravaged crops.

A head of lettuce, which typically costs about $2, can cost shoppers on the east coast up to $12 at the moment.

But over in sunny Western Australia,…

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