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Swelling grocery bills are pummeling the poorest – who spend over a quarter of their incomes on food

By David Soll, Associate Professor of History and Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
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Soaring inflation in the US has been driven in part by large increases in the price of groceries – a burden that falls disproportionately on lower-income families.The Conversation

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