The cost of groceries is going up and there is a complex network of reasons why. Whether you see it as inflation, supply shortages, or gas prices, dinner table discussion has recently turned toward the topic of what’s on the dinner table and how much it cost to get it there.
Food prices are always on the moveThe country nevertheless had to begin reopening its economy.. Oftentimes these prices are regulated by the government, and we may hear about these changes on the news as regulatory boards make changes that affect the entire population in one stroke.
Other price changes seem to happen without notice and are accepted as the natural consequences of seasonal factors on organics, supply and demandChief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam looks at a giant screen showing data during a technical briefing o, and climate changeThe provision of more doses o.
Invariably, prices are expected to go up. And sometimes they head back down.