Canada’s grocery store prices are usually among the lowest in the world, but the country has recently seen an influx of Chinese imports, which is raising prices and making the local economy feel even worse.

With the Chinese buying a large amount of groceries, the Canadian dollar is falling against the U.S. dollar, making imports more expensive and keeping grocery prices higher.

While prices for many Canadian groceries have gone up in recent months, the same cannot be said for many German groceries, which are usually priced higher than Canadian grocery prices.

That’s because Germany imports a lot of groceries and many Germans buy German groceries.

With German grocery stores having more imported food, they’re also seeing more prices rise, according to The Canadian Press.

A quick search on Google yields thousands of results for the search terms “German grocery stores”, “German supermarket prices”, and “German groceries.”

A German grocery store in a shopping center in Munich, Germany.

(Klaus Schmidhuber/Reuters) It’s a phenomenon that has recently been hitting Canadian grocery chains hard, with many supermarkets experiencing their own price increases.

A few of the biggest names in the grocery business have seen their prices go up as well, like Loblaws and Tesco, which both saw their Canadian prices increase.

Loblaws has also seen its prices go down since the Brexit vote, and is now being forced to adjust its prices.

Tesco has been hit hard by the rise in imports, and has even experienced its own price increase, according the Toronto Star.

Tesc and Loblaws, in particular, are seeing a lot more of the same issues as American grocery stores are also seeing price increases and the local food sector is suffering.

The American grocery industry is also seeing a downturn in their profits, with Walmart, Costco, and other major retailers seeing their share of the market shrink in recent years.

In Canada, the big American grocery chains are struggling, with grocery stores struggling to compete against the Chinese.

With all of the grocery stores in Canada being located in the same shopping center, it’s easy for them to compete with each other, but in the U, it doesn’t work that way.

The Chinese are also importing many products from China, and it makes things even worse for the Canadian economy, according The Canadian News.

With imports surging, many grocery stores have decided to lower their prices.

Many Canadian grocery store shoppers have to look elsewhere for groceries, like online retailers like Amazon.

While it’s tempting to just order online, it can be hard to find groceries that you really like, especially when the prices are going up.

You can find a bargain at Wal-Mart, but even then, it might not be the best deal.

With more Chinese imports entering the Canadian market, it means that the American grocery business is going through a tough time, and the Canadian grocery industry has to work even harder to keep up with their competitors.

This means more grocery store closures, which have been happening at a steady pace since last year, according To the Star.

With prices rising, the grocery chain owners are having to cut back on their business.

This makes it hard for the smaller local grocery stores to compete.

This situation also puts pressure on Canadian grocery companies like Tesco to cut prices.

These are all the same people who are trying to make ends meet in their job, and yet they are also facing the pressures of the Chinese market.

A shopping center has been left vacant in Stockholm, Sweden, after the closure of a grocery store.

(Makoto Kotaki/Reuters via AP)