Online Grocery Prices Surge 13.4%, Biggest Ever

Online U.S. grocery prices surged year-over-year by 13.4 percent in July, beating the previous records of 12.4 percent in June, 11.7 percent in May, and 10.3 percent in April, according to the Adobe Digital Price Index released on Aug. 9.Before the pandemic, online shopping was long immune to inflation, but since June 2020, online prices have persistently increased over a 25-month stretch, causing the U.S. economy to struggle in its recovery.
However, in July, total online prices declined 1 percent year-over-year and 2 percent from June, led by electronics, apparel and toys, after more than two years of in …

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