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"Canadians need to be prepared for rising food prices," economist Francis Fong said in a research report.
Torontonians will be paying between five and seven per cent more for groceries on average by the end of the year, economists say.
A family that spends about $400 a month on groceries could end up paying up to $340 extra in a year.