Last updated on December 10, 2021

Flyers, coupons and discounted food: Higher prices shift how Canadians buy groceries

The survey by Dalhousie University’s Agri-Food Analytics Lab in partnership with Caddle says food prices are on track to rise nearly five per cent this year

HALIFAX — A new survey says supply chain issues and adverse weather conditions are driving up food prices and changing how Canadians shop for groceries. The poll says the rising cost of groceries is shifting consumer behaviour, with more Canadians checking weekly flyers, using coupons and buying grocery-store brands and discounted food close to its expiry date.

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*Disclaimer: all data presented is owned by Caddle and has a Margin of Error of 1% or lower.

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