Canadians are sick and tired of paying exorbitant prices for everyday food items. But, according to the latest instalment of the Canada Food Price Report, the nightmare is far from over.
This is the thirteenth edition of the report, which is put together by the agri-food analytics lab at Dalhousie University in collaboration with authors and advisors from several reputable Canadian universities and research institutions.
“We were hoping to have better news for Canadians, given the difficulties experienced in 2022, but our models tell us a different story,” the report states.
Last year’s food price report predicted prices would increase