The Prez Biden years have been plagued by rising prices and skyrocketing inflation.
Sadly, the debate isn't just theoretical . . . This "season of shortages is providing a gut punch to locals and their basic needs. Check the money line . . .
"Even staple grocery foods like milk and eggs are not immune to increases in prices, according to USDA data. In Kansas City and Philadelphia, customers are paying upwards of $5 per gallon."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Grocery shoppers have noticed their supermarket receipts have gotten shorter, but the total cost has gone up. Retailers across the country have reported item shortages, worker shortages, and shipping delays, which impact the prices of the food on grocery shelves. Unfortunately, one grocery store owner claims the price increases are about to get worse.