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Grocery shoppers are on the hunt for deals with food-at-home prices rising 14.4% year-over-year as of July 31.
The food industry feels cold storage space helps hedge against volatile agriculture prices, but such space is in short supply of late.
The latest Food Institute news podcast touches on the spike in prices of breakfast items like eggs.
Inflation helped boost sales of dairy products more than 16% in June, but consumers reportedly bought fewer units compared with 2021.