Shop price inflation fell to its lowest on record in June, according to the British Retail Consortium – Nielsen Index.

1.8%

Overall shop price deflation for June, the lowest on record since the series began in December 2006. It accelerated from 1.5% in May.

0.6%

Food inflation in June, the lowest ever recorded.

3.4%

Non-food deflation in June, again, the lowest ever recorded. Deflation was 2.8% in May.

1%

The 12-month overall inflation average.

0.6%

Fresh food inflation in June, which is well below the 12-month average of 1.6%.

0.7%

Ambient food inflation in June.

13.7%

The rate of deflation across clothing and footwear, which posted the largest downwards pressure in June.

4%

Deflation across electricals retailers, who slashed prices across televisions ahead of the World Cup.

1%

Health and beauty’s inflation in the month, the only non-food category to report inflation.

1.5%

Furniture and floorcovering deflation in June.

0.2%

Deflation across the DIY, gardening and hardware category.  

0.4%

Deflation across the books, stationery and home entertainment category.