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Quest to stay healthy challenged as food prices soar
Fruit and vegetables in some of the UK’s leading supermarkets have soared in price by 30%, according to a new report.
Our quest to stayhealthyduring the credit crunch is being tested as some of the most popularfruit and vegitems on the supermarket shelves are rocketing in price.
The price surge is down to poor crop harvests and rocketing supply chain costs, according to food trade magazine The Grocer.
The biggest price increase was for the cheapeststandard bagged potatoes, which have increased in price by 28.7%. Carrots rose by 24.6% while tomatoes and onions increased by 20.3%.
The Grocer said: ‘Cooks who are fans of hearty soups and hot-pots have been worst hit by increases infruit and vegetable pricesover the past year withonions, carrots and potatoesall showing price increase of 20 to 30 per cent year-on-year.’
It might also be time to start popping thevitamin Ctablets aswhite seedless grapes apples and oranges– all natural sources of the vitamin – have shot up by 17%.
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