Canadian Grocer: Responding to inflation: What Canadians are seeking from grocers and producers

December 28, 2022
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Toronto (Canadian Grocer) —  While most Canadians are feeling the impact of food inflation (and inflation in general), there isn’t unanimity in terms of how they’re dealing with it. The most common strategy for consumers is to look for sales in flyers (paper or digital) and stock up on their preferred items. 

Joel Gregoire, Mintel Associate Director of Food and Drink said, the cost of groceries has risen at the fastest rate in more than a generation. This is plain to anyone who shops for groceries. What is becoming more apparent is shoppers’ frustration with the situation. For most, the blame lands squarely on retailers and food producers, according to research conducted for.

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