According to a new study from the Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA),

under the new reduced-plastic packaging regime, food loss and waste will potentially

increase 495,000 tonnes above current levels, incurring financial losses valued at $3.4 billion.

These losses, at least in significant part, will ultimately be passed onto consumers.

In a report by CTV, reporter Kevin Gallagher suggests increased costs to consumers

might reach 30%.

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