By Alex Beckett2007-09-24T00:00:00+01:00
Starting on Monday 5 October 2020
Inflation slowed in October, according to the latest government figures. The Office for National Statistics today said its Retail Price Index measured inflation at 5.4% in October, marking a slight easing from the 5.6% rate seen the month before.
As producers feel the strain of another year of rising grain costs, consumers could find it more expensive to gobble turkey this Christmas. Juliz Glotz reports
The supermarkets are falling over each other to convince shoppers they offer the best value for money and the lowest prices, but exclusive research for The Grocer reveals their claims are largely falling on deaf ears.
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