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April Saw The Sharpest Increase in Grocery Store Prices in Nearly 50 Years-The Washington Post, 5/12

Grocery prices showed their biggest monthly increase in nearly 50 years last month, led by rising prices for meat and eggs, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Tuesday. U.S. consumers paid 4.3 percent more in April for meats, poultry, fish and eggs, 1.5 percent more for fruits and vegetables, and 2.9 percent more for cereals and bakery products, the Labor Department said. The Washington Post, 05/12/2020

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