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Soaring crop prices will catch up to consumers

Expect higher prices for meat, bakery goods and vegetables, says Sylvain Charlebois

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Sylvain Charlebois, director of Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University, speaks to the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn in the video below about how rising crop prices will affect food prices.

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