Food prices have hit a new record high, forcing shoppers to turn to own-label products in a bid to save cash.
Grocery prices increased 11.6% in the four weeks to August 7, according to new figures from Kantar. It marks the steepest inflation rate recorded by Kantar since it began collating such data back in 2008.
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