Shop price inflation fell to its lowest on record in June, according to the British Retail Consortium – Nielsen Index.
Overall shop price deflation for June, the lowest on record since the series began in December 2006. It accelerated from 1.5% in May.
Food inflation in June, the lowest ever recorded.
Non-food deflation in June, again, the lowest ever recorded. Deflation was 2.8% in May.
The 12-month overall inflation average.
Fresh food inflation in June, which is well below the 12-month average of 1.6%.
Ambient food inflation in June.
The rate of deflation across clothing and footwear, which posted the largest downwards pressure in June.
Deflation across electricals retailers, who slashed prices across televisions ahead of the World Cup.
Health and beauty’s inflation in the month, the only non-food category to report inflation.
Furniture and floorcovering deflation in June.
Deflation across the DIY, gardening and hardware category.
Deflation across the books, stationery and home entertainment category.