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It’s not your imagination: Grocery bills are rising, and these are the main culprits

13 May 2020

Data shows most grocery store categories have become pricier from March 2020 to April 2020.

As Americans—many of whom are newly unemployed—stay at home to stop the spread of COVID-19 and take up cooking in an attempt to cut costs, they might find themselves thwarted by price hikes at their local grocery stores. Turns out you can’t escape the devastating effects of the global pandemic, no matter where you go. Your cookies are now 5.1% more expensive.

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