Staple Foods Up 20% Or More

Rising grocery prices have shoppers paying 20 percent more for spaghetti, flour, cabbage and other staples, new Statistics Canada tables showed yesterday. The cost of even the cheapest meats increased by a third or more year over year while basic white bread averaged $4 a loaf: “Canadians are feeling left behind and ripped off.”

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