On May 31, 2018, the United States announced that they would impose tariffs on certain steel and aluminum products imported from Canada. In response, the Government of Canada released a list of countermeasures to these tariffs, and these include the intent to impose a 10% surtax on a variety of foods and household products imported from the United States. This surtax is scheduled to take effect on July 1, 2018 and our suppliers intend to pass along these increases by the middle of July. Therefore, we will see immediate price increases on many of our U.S. products by the end of the month. We may also receive cost increases from Canadian suppliers who import their ingredients from the U.S. as well as cost increases on tinned products from our U.S. vendors. This entire situation is unfortunate and we hope that it doesn’t last long; however, for now, we will all have to deal with increased food prices.