Bracing For $16,297 Groceries

A typical family of four will spend $16,297 on groceries next year, says a national Food Price Report by analysts at four universities. One co-author has recommended Parliament enact a food stamp program for Canadians who can’t afford fresh fruit and vegetables: “Such a program could be meticulously targeted to provide essential grocery store assistance to those in dire need.”

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