The increase in food prices during the COVID 19 crisis is no secret: food inflation in the province of Quebec is expected to be around 4 to 5% in the coming months, compared to an increase about 1.5% in previous years.

MONTREAL, QC, August 13, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — The restaurant sector is already hard hit by the COVID19 crisis in terms of attendance, and must therefore also face the reduction in margins following this increase in food prices.

Le Poêlon Gourmand, a Montreal catering service, strives to keep prices close to pre-COVID. “Indeed”, testifies Julien, owner of the catering service, “our customers are also affected by this period of recession, so we must keep reasonable prices to maintain our volume of activity, despite the increase in our suppliers ”

The return to normal should take place during 2021-2022 according to the authorities, or more quickly if a vaccine is discovered.

Le Poêlon Gourmand is a Montreal caterer who has offered his services for several years in Montreal and its greater region, for a private or corporate clientele.

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