WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Supermarket food prices during the first six months of the year continued to mirror the rest of the economy by showing only moderate signs of inflation. e Index. For June alone, supermarket food prices increased 0.2% against May, as all retail prices rose 0.1%. Agriculture Department food economist Annette Clauson said food prices are in line with agency forecasts of supermarket prices increasing this year by 2.8%. "We're not seeing much of any kind of inflation," ...

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