6 comments

  1. Waste of a study.
    Loblaws is only one of many grocers in Canada. Many of them sell household items with big profit margins.
    What is the Canadian CPI for fresh produce, dairy/milk, canned goods, and dried foods?
    What is the average margin on those categories across the country, provincially and municipally?

  2. That is not how profits work
    The profits grow because they are charging more but they are also spending more
    If the profit margins grow then they are price gouging

    Margins have only grown at grocery stores that have a pharmaceutical department

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