Business owners are struggling to keep up with rising food prices

Business owners in Ottawa are grappling with rising costs to feed their families, with many struggling to afford the meals they need to stay healthy.

The cost of eating out has risen by over 40 per cent since 2014, according to data from Statistics Canada.

In Ottawa, a typical meal at an Ottawa restaurant costs between $25 and $40.

For a family of four, that’s about $60 a week.

That’s an increase of over $10,000 a year for most Ottawa residents.

For the first time in a decade, the average Canadian has no health insurance, with the average monthly cost of care for a family being $3,400.

The increase in food costs has led to some families having to find ways to pay for the groceries and meals they are able to buy.

“We’re at a tipping point right now.

I think that’s going to become a real issue, because it’s affecting the whole community,” said Susanne Wiebe, owner of a local restaurant.

Wiebe said she has seen a rise in the number of people coming in and out of her restaurant asking for extra cash for food.

“I know that people are trying to save money, and we’re doing everything we can to help,” she said.

“But it’s just really hard for us.”

Food costs have been rising by around 50 per cent a year since 2014.

In Ottawa, an average meal at a restaurant costs about $25.

For an average family, that means the family will need to spend $1,400 a year to stay within the health budget of $60,000.

Food costs are also a factor in families’ decision to sell off possessions.

For one woman, selling her home in Hamilton, Ont., meant her daughter had to leave her possessions and move in with relatives to cover the costs of living in Hamilton.

“You just can’t buy groceries at the same time.

You just can.

You can’t afford that,” she told CBC News.

Food prices in the capital have been increasing for several years, as the cost of living has risen.

The average price of a single-serving of milk in Toronto was $3.45 in February.

For a family, the grocery bill in the city is estimated to be around $60.

Worries about the cost and affordability of the food have been a big part of the conversation at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

In an open letter last year, it warned that the government’s food stamp program, which helps low-income Canadians buy groceries, is under increasing pressure, with people being forced to eat less.

In February, the agency also said that while it was not responsible for the increased costs of food, the rise in food prices was one reason why people were leaving food out of their home.

It said a variety of factors were affecting the cost, from a higher price for raw materials to a rise of the cost for food stamp recipients to an increase in the amount of food available to households.

It warned that as the food industry continues to grow, so too will the number and frequency of food safety issues, including food borne illness, foodborne contamination and food safety violations.