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Canadians may see less food in grocery stores, but experts say no need to panic

January 28, 2022

Canadians will likely experience shortages of some food items and increased prices as the Omicron COVID-19 variant snags supply chains and a vaccine mandate takes effect for cross-border truckers, according to industry experts. 

However, they say that Canadians should not worry about food availability and that no one needs to panic buy. 

“There is food on the grocery shelves,” said Michelle Wasylyshen, spokesperson for Retail Council of Canada.

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