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Just like a firework, grocery prices are sky high this Fourth of July holiday – Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, Missouri 2022-07-04 16:42:48 –

Kansas City, Missouri — Average grocery prices are higher than in the last two years of the July 4th holiday.

The American Farm Bureau Federation The average cost of feeding 10 people on this holiday is $ 69.68.

The online shopping list includes cheeseburgers, pork chops, chicken breast, chips, potato salad, cookies, strawberries, ice cream and lemonade.

Inflation has increased the cost of items by 17% from last year, increasing costs by about $ 10, according to American Farm Bureau.

KSHB 41 asked shoppers if they could buy the same item at their favorite grocery store for less than $ 70, but few responded.

“I think it probably underestimates how much it costs,” said Janny Taylor.

In 2020, the American Farm Bureau said the cost of feeding 10 people was $ 59.66. It was $ 59.50 in 2021.

“I’m probably spending more money because I think everything is a little expensive,” Taylor said.



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