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Consumers pay more, farmers get less

A story last weekend in the Winnipeg Free Press covers research into the spending habits of Canadians, and found that while consumers spent an average of $6.01 more for their groceries, farmers received 86 cents less for their efforts, with the so-called "middleman" receiving $6.87 more.


September 15, 2009
By Winnipeg Free Press

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A story last weekend in the Winnipeg Free Press covers research into spending habits of Canadians, and found that while consumers spent an average of $6.01 more for their groceries, farmers received 86 cents less for their efforts, with the so-called "middleman" receiving $6.87 more.             READ MORE