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If you want to save money on food, read the fine printOne of the best ways to compare prices at the grocery store is to look at the unit price. It's that teeny, tiny price in the corner of the label that tells you how much something costs per gram or litre. However, unlike some countries, stores aren't required to display it in every part of Canada. Listen now.
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