When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year and restaurants closed around the world, producers of Wagyu beef feared the worst.
- The Australian Wagyu Association says Wagyu beef demand is rising 30 per cent per annum
- Producers say domestic sales have increased during the pandemic
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