05.01.2022. / 12:20
NEW YORK – In the year ahead, numerous price increases are expected. Everything from coffee to mustard should become more expensive this year, writes the Wall Street Journal. Many food producers say they will raise prices in 2022, which means people in stores will pay more for groceries.
“There is nothing immune to rising prices”said Tony Sarsam of SpartanNash Co. which deals with the sale and distribution of food products.
He added that dairy products, bread and juices are among the foods that will become more expensive.
It is estimated that food prices in the first half of 2022 will increase by five percent.
The well-known company Mondelez International, which is behind many sweets, said that it would raise the prices of biscuits, sweets and other products by between six and seven percent.
Heinz, on the other hand, says that the price of some of their products will rise by up to 20 percent.
The Wall Street Journal also writes that the growth of prices in 2022 will vary from two to 20 percent.
Vegetables such as potatoes and celery, as well as foods such as wine, beer and other alcohol, will also become more expensive, especially if they are imported.
It is also expected that mayonnaise and frozen ready meals will become more expensive, for example. N1
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