food-prices

COMMENTARY

Inflation hasn’t increased U.S. food insecurity overall, according to our new tracker | Analysis

BY: - January 27, 2023

Over the course of 2022, between 11% and 15% of those living in the U.S. struggled with securing their next meal.

Cartons of eggs are seen for sale in a Sprouts Farmers Market on 8/15/22 in Houston, Texas. Egg prices steadily climb in the U.S. as inflation continues impacting grocery stores nationwide. (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images).

As prices rise, some states are putting grocery taxes on ice | Analysis

BY: - January 19, 2023

At least five of the 13 states where groceries were taxed as of last Jan. 1 passed laws to reduce, eliminate or ease the pinch.