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Expect to pay a lot more for groceries in 2021

Expect to pay a lot more for groceries in 2021
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Expect to pay a lot more for groceries in 2021 – a lot more…

The average Canadian family should be ready to spend up to $695 more for food next year; California wildfires and COVID-19 consumer habits have led to the highest increase ever predicted by a food price report.

The overall cost of meat will rise by up 6.5 percent, but chicken is expected to be hit the hardest, be ready for the price of bread and veggies to go up by three to five percent and the COVID-19 shut downs will continue to affect food prices through most of next year.

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