posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 08:03 PM
I noticed here in Canada, major grocery chain Superstore has different packaging for their salad greens and spinach leaves.
The old price was $5.99 CAD for 454g, (sometimes on sale for $4.99), and now they are charging $5.49 CAD for 312g. So according my math that is a 33%
price increase through smaller packaging, which seems way out of line to me.
Now in comparison, if it was trucking issues, Bananas has gone up about 10%. So what I was wondering, is to what level do you think these companies
might be in collaboration with the NWO crowd in making it look like a recession by such price increases, am I missing something, has costs really gone
Here in my area there is a big push to start buying local, I am starting to think that is a good idea.