Has COVID-19 Changed How We Shop for Food?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

From empty grocery shelves to more home cooking and baking, how has the pandemic affected the way Ontarians shop for food and what they eat. Will these changes be lasting? We ask Sylvain Charlebois, scientific director, Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University; Jackie Fraberts, owner operator of the family-run grocery store Fraberts Fresh Food; and Marion Chan of TrendSpotter Consulting, which specializes in consumer behaviour in the food, beverage, and foodservice industries.
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Oct 21, 2020
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