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Seaganism and The Year of the Carnivore

well, I learned a new word today, seaganism ,  reading the vegetables report in my Ontario Farmer, Postmedia had a few projections, facts and figures on the business of eating 

35% of Canadians spend about 35% if their food budget on eating out 

12,157 a year spent on food for average Canadian family with a rise of 411 projected 

 

Prime rib is down 13% from January 

vegetables are up 4% this year and with food growing conditions from El Niño and rain deposits in the wrong area, expect food shortages in prime growing areas , so higher projected food costs for 2019

carnifors and seafood lovers rejoice, meat costs are going down, so good quality protein will cost less 

So, maximize your nutritional and economic value, seek out good Canadian grown, locally produced, ethically raised produce. Plant a garden, learn about your food. Eat out less, purchase less convenience food , Be The Adventure 

 

 

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