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Short supply: Meat prices in Canada expected to rise following farming challenges

CA, 24 Nov 2021
Canada's meat industry hasn't been immune to the global supply chain disruptions. Cattle farmers in particular faced an ever-changing set of conditions during the pandemic, from extreme weather events to higher costs to care for their herds.

As international exports for beef and veal are on track to smash records this year, food economist Mike von Massow says supply chain trouble and climate change will mean higher beef prices in 2022.

Anne Gaviola has details on how these disruptions are set to hit your household grocery bill.

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