Australians eat ‘parma’ for drought-stricken farmers

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Thirsty city slickers are pitching in to help farmers in Australia’s parched interior by eating a pub delicacy called a “parma,” with some of the proceeds marked for drought relief.

A menu board at Sydney’s Old Fitzroy Hotel displays the slogan ‘Parma for a Farmer’, meaning that sales of the dish of fried crumbed chicken topped with tomato sauce and melted cheese, called parmagiana or parma for short, will result in proceeds going to farmers in Australia’s parched interior for drought relief, in Sydney, Australia, August 9, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray

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