Food prices will to continue to rise in the New Year.
The Food Institute at the University of Guelph estimates Canadian households spent an additional average of $325 on food this year. People also should expect an additional increase of about $345 in 2016. Vegetables are especially vulnerable to price increases, as Canada imports 81 percent of its vegetables and prices link directly to currency values.
How has food prices affected what you buy at the grocery store? What food do you avoid to buy because of the cost? Do you have any secrets to saving money on food?