I remember pre covid, things like bacon cost 15 bucks a kg or 17 bucks max....now its more like 20 bucks...
Fuel prices are not higher and if fuel drops should food drop too?
I think the supermarkets are raking in the smackaroos...all whilst we as a nation spend more money in the country...and having a bigger population due to returning kiwis...
If our lamb is cheaper overseas why so high here?
I bought 1kg of frozen chicken tenders pre lockdown for 9 bucks....went and got some yesterday and all of a sudden 950grams for 15 bucks???? Tegel...you ripping us off!
Have a look at your food you buy...quantity and price...very sneaky method of raking in the millions!
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