Supermarket value items rising at higher rate than inflation

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The prices of supermarket value items are increasing at a level that is exceeding grocery inflation, meaning shoppers relying on the cheapest product ranges are feeling the pinch the most.

Value items rose 21.6% in January compared to last year, well above the rate of grocery inflation of 15.9%, according to research by Which?

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