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August 19, 2020
"As more Canadians move their grocery shopping online, consumers and other businesses in the food supply chain may end up paying a steep price for the convenience, The Toronto Star reports. Walmart Canada, for instance, has shifted the cost of its e-commerce onto suppliers, charging an extra five per cent on products sold online in what appears to be setting a precedent for grocers. The added costs could ultimately lead to less variety and quality in the food supply, higher prices and a "weaker Canadian food system," analysts told the Star."
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