Canadian cheese prices has increased in the last two years. In 2021, one kilogram of cheese cost 16.4 Canadian dollars on average, an increase from 15.14 Canadian dollars in 2019. Cheese consumption, in comparison, has increased. The average Canadian was estimated to consume around 13.5 kilograms of cheese in 2023, an increase of over 15 percent since 2010, when annual per capita consumption stood at 10.7 kilograms. When it comes to cheese consumers in Canada, it is almost an even split between consumers who are willing to sacrifice cheese quality because of rising prices and consumers who are not.
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