How is the cost of food changing the way you eat?
Get ready to pay hundreds of dollars more for groceries next year.
Canada's annual Food Price Report came out this week, and it's predicting the cost of eating is set to climb in 2019.
This is especially unwelcome news if you hanker leafy greens or a bunch of broccoli — vegetables will see the biggest price hike.
As food banks brace for a higher demand, and dietitians express concern over access to nutritious food, Canadians are faced with tough choices about what to put in their grocery carts.
Our question: how is the cost of food changing the way you eat?