24 Percent of Canadians Are Buying Less Food Due to Rising Inflation: Report

Almost a quarter of Canadians are buying less food as they struggle to keep pace with higher food prices due to inflation, says a new report by a food research lab.
In a study to understand how rising inflation has impacted Canadians, Agri-Food Analytics Lab (AAL) at Dalhousie University found that 23.6 percent of Canadians have cut back on the amount of food they purchased in the past year to meet ends meet.
The study, which includes a survey conducted in partnership with Caddle, also noted that 8.2 percent of Canadians have changed their diet to save money while another 7.1 percent have skipped meals to cope with rising food prices….

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