Here is the best thing to come out of an increased Canadian dollar: Cheaper food.
OK. Maybe not the best, but definitely in the Top 10.
As the Canadian dollar increases, consumer prices are decreasing in certain areas and food prices are one of them.
Gone are the days of relying on deformed vegetables for our discounts.
(Although, it’s not a bad idea.)
So next time you’re out grocery shopping take advantage of the discounts you find on ugly looking food and get ready for some lower prices in the months to come.