Inflation compromises nutrition

Over 3 in 5 Canadians ConcernedThat Compromising on Nutrition Due to High Food Prices Could Have Long-term Health Consequences.

HALIFAX, October 4, 2023–In an era characterized by dynamic shifts in economic landscapes and global challenges, the resilience and adaptability of individuals and communities have become paramount. Among the fundamental aspects of daily life, the cost of groceries has experienced significant fluctuations in recent times. The surge in food prices has not only raised concerns in Canada but also reverberated worldwide, impacting households and individuals in multifaceted ways.

Media Contacts:

Dr. Sylvain Charlebois, Director Agri-Food Analytics Lab,
Dalhousie University

Janet Music, Research Program Coordinator
Agri-Food Analytics Lab,
Dalhousie University

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