Data: Shop price inflation looms as supply chain crisis worsens

Empty supermarket shelves

While shop prices fell in September, the rate of decline slowed following an increase in pressures from transport and commodity costs and labour shortages.

The rate of shop price deflation was 0.5% in September compared to a decrease of 0.8% in August, according to the latest BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index. 

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