Canadian Grocer: Inflation, nostalgia, convenience and other holiday grocery trends for 2022

November 2, 2022
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Toronto (Canadian Grocer) The last two years, holiday gatherings with family and friends have been canceled or downsized dramatically in observance of COVID-19. Despite this, Mintel’s Scott Stewart believes tradition and desire might prevail over financial concerns. “My hypothesis is because this is such a special time and people have waited so long for it, most will find a way to make it work. Inflation has been difficult, but for most Canadians it’s more a nuisance than a crisis.”

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