虽然加拿大总体CPI下降,一月食品价格上涨11.4%,超过上月,涨价最多的副食品包括:生菜,面粉,食用油等

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这些是一月份价格涨幅最大的副食品

虽然加拿大的总体通胀率持续下降,但食品通胀率并未显示出放缓的迹象。

加拿大统计局最新的通胀报告显示,1 月份食品价格同比上涨 11.4%,高于上月的 11%。 自去年8月以来,食品通胀率一直在10%以上。

在一年中,生菜的价格上涨速度超过任何其他食品,上涨了 35.3%。 去年秋天,加拿大普遍出现生菜短缺,导致一些餐馆将绿叶蔬菜从菜单中移除。 然而,与上个月相比,生菜价格仍然更实惠,自去年 12 月以来下降了 5.8%。

与此同时,新鲜蔬菜整体同比增长 14.7%,自上月以来增长 3.8%。 尤其是西红柿,一个月内价格上涨了 9%。

在一个月的时间里,鸡肉的价格上涨速度几乎快于所有其他杂货。 从 12 月到 1 月,整个肉类价格上涨了 3.4%,但在此期间,新鲜和冷冻鸡肉的价格上涨了 9%。 加拿大统计局指出季节性需求强劲以及与禽流感有关的供应限制。

面粉价格也比上个月上涨 8%,比去年上涨 23.2%。 食用油脂和面粉的价格也分别上涨了 23.2% 和 22.3%,尽管这些价格自上个月以来没有出现显着变化。

黄油也同比上涨 19.1%,比上个月上涨 7%,而面包、面包卷和面包的价格比去年上涨 18.1%。

These are the grocery items that saw the biggest price increases in January​


While Canada's headline inflation rate has continued to drop, the food inflation rate has shown no signs of slowing down.

Numbers from Statistics Canada's latest inflation report showed that in January, food prices saw a year-over-year increase of 11.4 per cent, up from 11 per cent the previous month. Since last August, the food inflation rate has been above 10 per cent.

The price of lettuce increased faster than any other food item over the course of a year, jumping 35.3 per cent. Last fall, Canada saw widespread lettuce shortages, causing some restaurants to remove leafy greens from their menus. Yet, lettuce prices are still more affordable compared to last month, as they're down 5.8 per cent since December.

Meanwhile, fresh vegetables as a whole are up 14.7 per cent year-over-year and 3.8 per cent since last month. Tomatoes, in particular, jumped in price nine per cent over a month.

The price of chicken increased faster than almost every other grocery item over the course of a month. Meat prices as a whole jumped 3.4 per cent from December to January, but prices for fresh and frozen chicken increased nine per cent during this timeframe. Statistics Canada cites stronger seasonal demand as well as supply constraints relating to avian flu.

Flour is also up eight per cent from last month and 23.2 per cent from last year. Prices for edible fats and oils and flour have also increased 23.2 per cent and 22.3 per cent, respectively, although these prices haven't seen significant change since last month.

Butter is also up 19.1 per cent year-over-year and seven per cent from last month, while prices for bread, rolls and buns increased 18.1 per cent from last year.

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