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Canada’s Food Price Report

Authors of Canada’s Food Price Report, including Simon Somogyi, Arrell Chair in the Business of Food and Maria Corradini, Arrell Chair in Food Quality, say costs at the grocery store are expected to continue to increase even further in 2023.

The annual forecast, prepared by the University of Guelph, Dalhousie University, University of British Columbia and the University of Saskatchewan, predicts Canadian families will pay at least $1,000 more for food in 2023 than they did last year.

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Loblaw Net-Zero Food Systems Challenge

The Loblaw Net-Zero Food Systems Challenge will bring together graduate students from across Canada to investigate strategic levers that will drive Canadian adoption and demand for net-zero agricultural products along the value chain, from farmers to consumers.

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Technologies that can drive Canada’s next green revolution

Following the Next Green Revolution, Arrell Food Institute, RBC and BCG’s Centre for Canada’s Future are releasing a a series of smaller reports, to explore specific opportunities. The Transformative Seven outlines how technology is crucial for Canada’s effort to a more sustainable food system.

The Transformative Seven
The Transformative Seven

Arrell Food Institute is improving global food systems by

Reducing food system impact on the environment by researching and promoting new ways to meet the needs of the growing human population.

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Working to enhance community food security and food sovereignty in Canada and abroad.

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Working to make global food networks more efficient, more transparent, and more sustainable.

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