These Food Items Are Getting More Costly in 2022
Mayonnaise, soup and more get expensive as inflation accelerates
Everything from coffee to mustard is getting more expensive next year.
Many food manufacturers say they plan to raise prices in 2022 for a range of products from macaroni-and-cheese to snacks, the latest sign that consumers will continue to face higher costs at the supermarket.
“There’s nothing immune from price increases,” said Tony Sarsam, chief executive officer of food retailer and distributor SpartanNash Co., adding that produce, dairy and packaged food such as bread and juice are among many items set to become more pricey next year.
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