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Brexit: Food prices rose at fastest rate for more than three years in March | The Independent

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Food prices rose at their fastest pace for more than three years in March as retailers passed on surging costs from the Brexit-hit pound and global commodity hikes, new figures have shown. Food inflation hit 1 per cent year-on-year last month, the sharpest rise since February 2014 and marking the second month in a row of rising prices, according to the latest BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index.

Source: Brexit: Food prices rose at fastest rate for more than three years in March | The Independent

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