Groceries keep getting more expensive in Canada according to latest Food Price Report

Canadians can expect to pay more for their food next year.

New numbers in the 2021 Food Price Report suggest that the cost of bread, meat and vegetable prices are all expected to push grocery bills up to five per cent higher.

That translates to as much as 695-dollars more that the average Canadian family of four will spend on food next year.

Dalhousie University professor Sylvain Charlebois, also lead author of the report, says Canadians aren’t likely to get a break on their grocery bill any time soon.

(C.P.)

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