If you’re a regular JJ bean customer, you mayÂ have noticed that theÂ price of your full-bodied cup of RailtownÂ has gone up by a few cents.Â
The company, which has stores in Toronto and Vancouver, increased the price of its products from one to three per cent on Jan. 1 to offset Ontario’s minimum wage hike which went from $11.60 to $14Â an hour.Â
When the company had to increase wages for its Ontario employees to meet provincial law, it says it decided
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