Expect to see price hikes on poultry, vegetables and baked goods.
Have you noticed recently that your grocery bill seems a wee bit higher? No, your three-year-old didn't toss something in the cart without you seeing; food costs are on the rise. Applying these cost saving tips to your groceries, will definitely put you ahead in the long run!
Take this opportunity to reconsider your grocery choices overall. Try new foods, increase your plant-based proteins, and cook different meals. For starters, take another look at canned and frozen produce.
The University of Guelph's latest forecast estimates that food inflation could be between two and four per cent in 2016 — compared