One Way To Save On Dining

Food prices are forecast to rise again in 2014, but modestly following sharp spikes that saw the cost of groceries nearly double inflation in other household items. Seafood and oranges are up, beef and nuts are moderating: “You never know what is going to happen with the value of the Canadian dollar.”

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