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CTVNews.ca has compiled a patriotic grocery shopping guide to help Canadians who want to wade into the ongoing Canada-U.S. trade spat with their wallets.
The company has set a goal of selling exclusively cage-free eggs in its corporate stores, based on available supply, by the year 2025. "At Couche-Tard, we recognize a growing desire by consumers for a cage-free egg offer, which are sourced with animal welfare in mind," said Brian Hannasch, President and Chief Executive Officer of Couche-Tard. "While balancing the need for existing supply and economic sustainability, our commitment is to proudly sell only cage-free eggs in our global corporate stores, by the year 2025, as part of our mission to become the World's preferred destination for convenience and fuel."
With nationwide marijuana legalization in Canada on the horizon, the industry is shaping up differently there than the way it was established in nine U.S. states that have similarly broad legalization. Age limits, government involvement in distribution and sales, and access to banking are some big discrepancies. And, yes, Canadians will be able to order cannabis online and have it delivered through the mail — something that’s illegal in the United States.
Consumer buying tips to ensure the fish you pick up at the grocery store is actually what's advertised.