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Food Column: Elton On Food Prices

The headlines have been dominated by economic news lately... The low price of oil. The falling Canadian dollar. There's been so much unexpected change that, yesterday, the Food Institute at the University of Guelph announced that it had to revise its outlook for food prices. Their revised food price report is now forecasting higher food prices this year, particularly for imported fruits and vegetables. Our food columnist Sarah Elton investigated how this is all playing out at the food terminal and at the farmers' market. Listen audio (runs 6:42)

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