Canadian people are enjoying a fall in the food price. The annual inflation rate of the country reached a weak 1.6 percent last month and as a result, a sharp decline in the food prices is being experienced.
The fall in food prices is also playing a big role in offsetting the higher costs of gasoline. As part of the shift, the cost of fruits dropped by around 12.4 percent. Meanwhile, that of vegetable saw a fall of around 10.2 percent.