Source: Steve Scherer Reuters, globalnews.ca, December 09, 2020
A new report is predicting COVID-19 will continue to have a huge impact on food prices for Canadians.
The average Canadian family will pay up to an extra $695 for food next year, as the pandemic, wildfires and changing consumer habits drive-up grocery bills to the highest increase ever predicted by an annual food price report.
Rising bread, meat and vegetable prices are expected to lead the overall food price increase of three to five per cent, according to Canada’s Food Price Report 2021 released Tuesday.
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