This year, the government is looking at how to make sure the government-subsidized groceries are frozen.
In recent years, grocery stores have been able to get freezers for free by selling a product to customers who pay extra for their food.
This year the government wants to change that, so stores won’t be able to pay customers for frozen foods.
Instead, they’ll have to provide them with a free-of-charge refrigerator to keep their frozen food fresh and warm.
“You can’t do a free refrigerator,” said the minister responsible for the food package, Richard Starke.
“It’s just not feasible.”
It’s also not possible to get groceries in the freezer overnight.
If you can’t get groceries at all on a Friday, it’s only fair that you do them at least once a week.
In order to do that, Starke said, the new rules would have to go through Parliament.
If the changes pass, groceries would have the same pricing as regular groceries.
Starke acknowledged that the grocery store system has been an uneven system for the past decade.
The food system is broken and not sustainable, he said.
But he said the new system will not change that.
The Liberals have been trying to make the system more fair by offering free-flowing food and the introduction of a frozen meal credit to help customers make healthier choices.
But that has been resisted by some grocery shoppers, who have argued that they should have a choice in the food they buy.
The government has also been pushing for changes to the grocery checkout system, where shoppers can see prices and prices only after they’ve purchased their groceries.
The plan is to replace that system with one that gives customers the ability to enter their information into a system that would calculate prices based on their shopping history.
Starker said he expected the grocery system to be updated by the fall.
“We’re going to have a full review of the grocery shopping experience,” he said, and then he said it would be a year or two before the new grocery shopping system was ready.
The minister has also proposed a tax credit for grocery shopping, but it’s unclear how much it would go for.