Groceries

A customer shops at a meat counter in a grocery store in Montreal, on April 30, 2020. The average Canadian family will pay up to an extra $695 for food next year, as the pandemic, wildfires and changing consumer habits drive up grocery bills to the highest ever increase predicted by an annual food price report. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

Canadian families will pay up to $695 more a year for groceries in 2021, report says

Vegetables could be particularly hard hit, with prices expected to jump as much as 6.5 per cent

 

Buy-Low Foods marks its grand opening in Blackfalds July 15.

7 ways to save at your newest Blackfalds grocer!

Selection and service are key at Buy-Low Foods, but so are savings

  • Aug 17, 2020

 

Market fresh and full-service: Buy-Low Foods opens in Blackfalds

Market fresh and full-service: Buy-Low Foods opens in Blackfalds

July 15 marks grand opening of new store

  • Jul 13, 2020
Market fresh and full-service: Buy-Low Foods opens in Blackfalds