The household shopping bills in UK are increasing, here’s why

The households are struggling to keep their shopping bills within their budget due to a sharp rise in the UK food prices.

Thanks to alarming rise in the price, the supermarkets have decided to ditch promotional offers. This coupled with the weakened pound has resulted in the household shopping bills sky rocketing. The household quarterly food bills now stand at an average of £21.31.

Food items like butter, tea, and fish have been experiencing a huge rise in the prices whereas some rare food items have shown a fall in the price as well.

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