UK supermarket shoppers hit by price rises amid supply crisis

Businesses have warned of autumn rise in living costs caused by Covid-19 and Brexit disruption

Supermarket prices have risen 1.3% this month, marking a significant increase in grocery price inflation as supply chain difficulties begin to affect shoppers.

, UK supermarket shoppers hit by price rises amid supply crisis, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

Price rises were most significant in savoury snacks, cat food and packaged cakes and pastries according to analysts at Kantar, who said that the pace of inflation in September had more than tripled from just 0.4% in August, which was the first month of price rises since April.

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