Food Prices Up “For Sure”

Consumers will see higher prices and less variety at grocery stores this summer without immediate pandemic aid for farmers, says the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. The group told the Commons finance committee trade disruptions and uncertain arrival of some 60,000 migrant farm workers will hurt production: “We’ve been careful about this in the press to not raise panic.”

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