Pialligo Estate's Mark Glenn and Peter Anderson say local produce could be game changer in supply chain crisis

Olivia Ireland
Updated July 4 2022 - 11:01pm, first published June 27 2022 - 12:00pm
GROWING:Executive chef Mark Glenn and head gardener Peter Anderson of Pialligo Estate, ACT. Picture: Keegan Carroll
GROWING:Executive chef Mark Glenn and head gardener Peter Anderson of Pialligo Estate, ACT. Picture: Keegan Carroll

MAJOR chains of fruit and vegetables may be feeling the sting but producers from Pialligo Estate are flourishing with supply as they hope the future is all about growing local.

Olivia Ireland

Olivia is a reporter for the Canberra Times. She has covered federal politics and public sector, court and crime, local news, arts, education and business. Olivia started as an intern in August 2021 and began her career with the Times after completing her studies in November 2021.

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