Those going to get groceries lately have seen the increase in the price of produce.
Those rising prices for vegetables is having an impact on a Regina food program.
Regina Education and Action on Child Hunger or REACH for short sells fresh produce at discounted prices to those who need it, but executive director Dana Folkersen says the amount being received has gone down.
Folkersen says a caseload of cauliflower is now 85 dollars compared to October when the price was just under 50 dollars.
It means what used to see a box get filled with 50 pounds of food for 30 dollars now means that box gets filled with 30 pounds for the same price.
She says REACH is teaching those on the program how to eat healthy on a budget and are teaching cooking classes encouraging those to make food in bulk and to use frozen fruits and vegetables as a way to get by.