The 12th edition of Canada’s Food Price Report, co-authored by Arrell Chairs Drs. Simon Somogyi and Maria Corradini with colleagues from across the country, examines what Canadians can expect for their food bills in 2022.
From creating more inclusive food systems to tackling climate change, here are the issues experts have their eye on going into the year
Investments in e-commerce, greening your take-out and climate change will all have an impact on your food bill in 2021.
Food prices expected to rise 4% in 2020, with vegetables and bakery leading the way.
The struggling Canadian currency, climate factors and consumer trends will all play important roles in the rising price of food in 2016