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Meat Prices Go Up 13.4 Percent as Inflation Hits the Grocery Store

The rising cost of groceries is putting a pinch on consumers, with food prices jumping up nearly 9 percent in March compared to a year ago.

All U.S. households are suffering from inflation, but the costs are hitting middle-class and low-income families disproportionately.

Food prices relating specifically to domestic food preparation, which affect more middle-class and low-income households, have spiked 10 percent annually, a marked rise that has caught the attention of U.S. food sellers.

Read the source article at The Hill

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