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Sunrise star shocked as Aussie farmer delivers wild spray at supermarkets over huge profits, demanding the government steps in

A Victorian zucchini farmer has delivered a wild spray at Australia’s biggest supermarkets, claiming his crop is sold for almost three times the price he receives at the farm gate.

Ross Marsolino told Sunrise he sold his zucchinis for just $2.20/kg — only for them to be sold for $6.50/kg on supermarket shelves.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Farmer Ross Marsolino unleashes on supermarkets over huge profits.

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Marsolino appeared at Brekky Central on Monday, just months after AUSVEGE warned 30 per cent of growers were thinking about exiting the industry within the year.

Sunrise host Mark Beretta questioned where the profits were going, with Ross offering a blunt answer.

“It costs us $2/kg (to produce), so we are getting $2.20/kg (from buyers), they are retailing at $6.50/kg (at the supermarket) — they (supermarkets) are earning too much money,” Ross said.

Victorian farmer Ross Marsolino appeared on Sunrise on Monday, taking aim at supermarkets over the price he receives at the farm gate while being interviewed by Mark Beretta. Credit: Seven

“The supermarkets — the supermarkets are definitely making (pocketing) the difference — I just want them to answer (for) that.”

Ross said he wanted to debate supermarket CEOs and the government — which he accused of “protecting” the supermarkets — to the detriment of growers and the public.

“I just want the government to answer ‘why?’ Why aren’t they helping the farmers?

“We cannot afford to produce. We are not getting enough at the farm gate for the price.

“Supermarkets are making all the profit, it is not right,” he added.

Ross accused the supermarkets of pocketing the difference Credit: Seven

Both Coles and Woolworths returned profits that exceeded $1 billion last financial year, which was widely reported.

Nationals Leader David Littleproud posted to X (formerly Twitter), on Sunday, he wanted the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to investigate the issue.

Finishing the segment, Ross said the farming crisis would deepen as he predicted more growers would close the farm gate,

“Expense, wages, fuel — everything is just too dear (to keep operating),” Ross said.

“They just can’t afford to do it.”

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