Some food prices will be rising across Canada in 2019. The price for a few grocery items will go up. Yearly Canada’s Food Price Report 2019 was recently released. This report was published by both Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph.
Here are Canada’s Food Price Report 2019.
In 2019, the overall food price hikes are relied upon to be most noticeable in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Ontario.
Foods that are expected to increase in cost include bakery foods, n(one to three per cent), dairy (zero to two per cent), grocery items (zero to two per cent), fruit (one to three per cent), prices at restaurants (two to four per cent), and vegetables (four to six per cent).
Foods that are required to go down in cost include meat (three to one percent), and seafood (two to zero percent).
This is the first time through since the report was begun that a decrease in these classes is predicted.
According to a recent press release, with these ascents, the normal Canadian family is relied upon to spend $411 more on food in 2019 than in 2018. This brings the annual expense for a typical Canadian family to $12,157.
The authorization of cannabis is additionally something that is relied upon to affect the food industry in 2019.
According to a recent press release, “Trends to watch in 2019 include the long-anticipated unveiling of Canada’s new Food Guide, and the avoidance of meat and a push towards plant-based alternatives.
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View the full report here.
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