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Nutritious Food Study

The cost of healthy eating is going up, by as much as a third, for some foods. What does that mean for people in this city with low incomes, and what can the government do about it? Matt Galloway spoke with Dr. David McKeown. He is Toronto's Medical Officer of Health. A report on the "nutritious food basket", and the rising cost of healthy food in this city, goes to the Board of Health later today.
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