High Food Prices Lead Almost 50% of Canadians to Prioritize Cost Over Nutrition, Survey Finds.


According to a study conducted by Dalhousie University's Agri-Food Analytics Lab and Caddle, rising food prices have caused nearly half of Canadians to choose cost over nutrition. According to the report, 45.5% of people prioritize price over health advantages when shopping for food. Simultaneously, 63.3% are concerned that skipping meals may impair their long-term health. Due to cost, over half (49.2%) have reduced their consumption of meat or protein.

Abstract Written By:
Denson Natividad
October 13, 2023

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