: Why have frozen fruit and vegetable prices soared by almost 12% — but the cost of fresh produce has not?


What’s going on with frozen fruit and vegetables?

Food prices rose 0.2% on the month in July after remaining unchanged in June, and they rose 4.9% on the year, while the cost of food at home rose 3.6% on the year, government data released Thursday showed. Prices of fresh fruits and vegetables rose just 1.2% year over year.

However, there were…

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