December Foodservice Sales Up Marginally


OTTAWA — The sales of Canadian foodservices and drinking places rose 0.8 per cent from November to $4.3 billion in December, with the full-service segment leading the industry with a 1.7-per-cent increase.

According to Statistics Canada, eight provinces recorded higher sales, with Manitoba (2.2 per cent) leading the way.

The Prairie province had sales of $124.1 million in December, up from November’s $121.4 million.

During December, the price of food purchased in restaurants increased 0.1 per cent as measured by the Consumer Price Index.

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