Boy, have we talked a lot about inflation this year. The rising cost of food, pricier oil, supply-chain turmoil, Russia’s war in Ukraine, growing wages and a lingering labor shortage all contributed to higher prices that touched almost every part of our lives.
Here are some of the ways our lives got pricier and cheaper (it wasn’t all bad news!) in 2022.
Breakfast – the most important meal of the day (supposedly) – has gotten quite expensive. Eggs were an inflation high-flyer, largely because of a historic bird-flu outbreak. Lower dairy production
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