Experts say second wave will bring empty shelves, but not because of panic buying

Experts say second wave will bring empty shelves, but not because of panic buying

As the pandemic continues to radically alter how Canadians spend their money, experts say a second wave of COVID-19 will likely see consumers plagued by shortages — but this time stemming from “lifestyle changes” rather than panic buying. The early days of the pandemic saw toilet paper emptied out of store shelves and some retailers … Read more

Canadian families will pay nearly $700 more for groceries in 2021, report says

Canadian families will pay nearly 0 more for groceries in 2021, report says

The average Canadian family will pay up to an extra $695 for food next year, as the pandemic, wildfires and changing consumer habits drive up grocery bills to the highest increase ever predicted by an annual food price report. Rising bread, meat and vegetable prices are expected to lead the overall food price increase from … Read more

5 Ways Canadians Are Saving Money While Shopping Amid Rising Food Prices In Canada

5 Ways Canadians Are Saving Money While Shopping Amid Rising Food Prices In Canada

As Canada’s inflation rate continues to soar, Canadians are changing the way they shop in order to save money and counteract rising food prices. According to a recent survey by the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University and Caddle, some Canadians are getting creative and even avoiding certain products in order to keep the grocery … Read more

Canadians reducing grocery bills, waste by using food rescue apps – National

When Gillian Pulfer bought roasted sweet potato soup, skirt steak and chicken salad at a Toronto Pusateri fine-dining restaurant for $10 last weekend, the deal was too good not to brag. “It’s an upscale, more upscale grocery store … so most people don’t necessarily have the budget to shop there, but you’re saving money and … Read more