4 Tips for Eating Affordable Fruits and Vegetables this Winter
Since the beginning of the year, the image of a cauliflower on sale at $7.49 has been setting the Internet ablaze. Unfortunately, a record low Canadian dollar means that imports are costing us more. Ironic, when compared with the rest of the world where the prices of major food items have fallen 20%, according to a recently released report by FAO (the UN Food and Agriculture Organization).
Consumers in Canada will find this hard to stomach, but with a little planning, we can still manage to eat all the servings of fruits and vegetables recommended by Canada’s Food Guide.
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