Saturday, July 23, 2016

Canadian Food Prices Fell In June

Huffpost reports some good news on the Canadian consumer front: food prices are showing a complete turnaround after months of rising due to our weakened Loonie.

Stats Canada showed consumer food prices dropped 0.3% over the previous month. The overall consumer price index was steady at 1.5%, the same rate as the previous month.

How many Nanaimo consumers have noticed a little less pressure on their food buying dollar in light of this report?


1 comment:

  1. 30 cents for every $100 I spend! Like I'm really going to notice that! I find more change on the ground in a week. ...and considering i have about a $50 monthly food budget?!?!


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