Prices at LDS canneries show food inflation up 11 to 49 percent

by | Apr. 07, 2011

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Price increases on April 4 at the LDS canneries show inflation up between 11 and 49 percent for many basic food staples. These rise in prices are a strong barometer for the overall economy since the LDS facilities are usually the last to raise prices for their communities, which provides food in bulk that they can collect through their vast networking operations.

According to the new price list from April 4, many food staples have increased by more than 20 percent since the last price list came out just three months ago on January 3.
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