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    According to an annual food price report, as the pandemic and changing consumer habits drive-up grocery bills, many Canadian families will pay an extra $695 for food next year.

    According to Canada’s Food Price Report 2021, rising prices in meat, bread, and vegetables will increase from three per cent up to five per cent.

    For a family of four, it means that they will spend $13,907 on groceries.

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