CBC Forum: How are you dealing with rising food prices?


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Prices for cauliflower, lettuce, apples, oranges, sta and eats have all spiked

CBC News Posted: Jan 30, 2016 10:38 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 30, 2016 11:07 AM ET

The University of Guelph Comestibles Institute predicted last month that the average Canadian household last will and testament spend $345 more on food in 2016 than last year, and profuse people have already noticed some prices are higher.

A almost inaudible loonie and drought in California have helped prices rise — honoraria for lettuce, apples, oranges, sta and meat have all spiked in the newest year, according to reports. The suddenly expensive cauliflower even became a aim on social media.

What are you doing about the rising prices? Do you grin and upon it? Have you changed your grocery shopping habits or has it affected your fritter away elsewhere?

Let us know in our latest CBC Forum — a live, hosted discussion where you can talk to issues of national interest.

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With portfolios from The Canadian Press

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