Restaurants might quietly cheer for Trump

Canadian Restaurant News
January 26, 2017
Written by Canadian Restaurant News
Jan. 26, 2017, HALIFAX -- An increase in ingredient costs will be met with menu price hikes nationwide, according to the 2017 Canadian Food Price Report.

The seventh annual report, published for the first time by Dalhousie University in Halifax, predicts a rise in food prices between three and five per cent this year, considerably higher than general inflation. | READ MORE

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