Data: BRC-Nielsen shop price index

The BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index is a monthly measure of inflation across the UK. The data assesses the change in price of 500 commonly bought products to provide analysis around retail-specific and economy-wide inflation. The index separates grocery prices from other categories to paint a true picture and how food price inflation compares to that of non-food items. There are fears that British consumers could face rising prices in the coming years as a result of rising global food prices, shipping costs and Brexit red tape.

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Shop price inflation eases again as it returns to ‘normal levels’

2024-05-27T23:01:00+01:00By

Shop price inflation has eased to its lowest level since November 2021, returning to “normal levels”, the British Retail Consortium has said.

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