Queensland Ranchers Market has just gone up.
With its new website and a few tweaks to the prices, it looks like a much better alternative to the local market.
The price of beef in Queensland has increased from $11.40/lb to $12.50/lb, with pork at $8.50 and chicken at $7.50.
It looks like Queensland’s Rancher’s Market has made a big impact in the Queensland market.
I’m really excited about the prospects of this market for the future.
But let’s not forget that the prices are still cheaper than those of some of the national markets, such as the beef market, where prices have increased by more than 70 per cent.
So, how do you buy a meal in Queensland?
The cheapest meal in the state is probably the beef meal.
It’s $12 for two, which is cheaper than the national market price of $16.70/lb.
For pork, it’s $5.30/lb which is more expensive than the local pork market price.
If you’re travelling, you might want to look into the chicken market, which has beef, lamb and pork for a cheaper price.
The cheapest meat is usually chicken, and the cheapest meat for pork is usually beef.
To find out more about Queensland’s market, go to http://www.qldranchersmarket.com.au/