Joe Biden, Instead of Recognizing Inflation on Food Prices Across Many Food-Categories, Blames Corporations and “Shrinkflation”, Selling Less Product for More Money

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  1. No Joke! Joe Biden, Who Gave Consumers 33 Percent Food Inflation, Cuts Super Bowl Sunday Video Attacking Snack Food Industry for ‘Shrinkflation’; Says He’s ‘Most Angry’ Over Smaller Cartons of Ice Cream

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  1. Economic Research Service U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (Summary and Findings) ("In 2022, food prices increased by 9.9 percent, faster than in any year since 1979." "In 2023, food prices increased by 5.8 percent. Food price growth slowed in 2023 as economy-wide inflationary pressures, supply chain issues, and wholesale food prices eased from 2022. Food-at-home prices increased by 5.0 percent, and food-away-from-home prices increased by 7.1 percent. While prices increased for all food categories except for pork, prices grew more slowly in 2023 than in 2022 for all categories."... "Prices are predicted to increase in 2024 for 12 food-at-home categories and decrease for 3 categories...")
  2. Biden touts cooling inflation, but prices are up sharply from 2021