If you were watching the news yesterday, you learned that grocery store CEOs were forced to meet with the Federal Government on food affordability.
But was anything accomplished?
I weighed in with Global News Jeff McArthur & Carolyn MacKenzie to share what progress, if any, was made to ease the financial strain of Canadians who feel like their getting gouged at the grocery store.
Catch the segment here.
Would love to hear your thoughts. Do you think this action will change prices at the store or have any impact on industry profits? Does it make Canada less or more competitive (thinking of Nestle & Kleenex already exiting or shelves)?