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Baltimore Residents Adjust To Rising Prices Tied To Inflation, Supply Chain Issues

June 15, 2022
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With U.S. inflation at a more than 40-year high, some Baltimore consumers are adapting to rising prices. “I feel like I’m trying to make more stuff at home rather than the convenience foods,” mother Sarah Khor said Tuesday after grocery shopping. “Everything (is more expensive). Fruits, vegetables, snacks, dairy.” Until demand goes down and the issues with the supply chain stabilize, consumers should not expect any relief anytime soon, he said. “A lot of these forces are beyond any one person or government’s ability to control,” Krahel said. “Inflation has hit people very differentially. We’re not all feeling this the same way.”
Article Source: WJZ CBS Baltimore

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