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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‘Bleak winter’ ahead as inflationary shop prices break new records

2022-11-30T00:01:00+00:00By

With shop price inflation showing no signs of slowing down heading into the final month of the year, the British Retail Consortium has predicted an “increasingly bleak” winter for retail.

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