Canadians can expect even higher grocery prices this fall as the cost of some items continues to climb.
Grocery prices have been on a steady rise since the beginning of the pandemic and both COVID-19 and climate change are the drivers behind the increases, according to a food expert.
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Not all products are created equal, though. Canadians may spend more money depending on their purchases and the sections of the grocery store they shop in.
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