Bidenflation Changing The Way Americans Eat

When I say Americans, I mean the middle and working classes. Bidenflation isn’t bothering big wigs like Biden, Kamala, Pelosi, and all the ritchies in Congress, along with their deep pocket donors

Inflated Food Prices Forcing American Families to Change Eating Habits

Surging food prices due to historic inflation are forcing American families to adjust their eating habits by choosing cheaper options.

Cutting back on buying meats, shopping at high-end grocery stores, and dining out are among the many ways consumers are trying to save extra cash to avoid financial instability.

One Massachusetts father, Rick Whitman, told CNN that his family was enjoying eating at home more frequently because of how expensive eating out can be but is now grappling with the reality that eating at home is also becoming pricey.

Whitman noted he was spending 25 percent more for family groceries, forcing him to shop at cheaper grocery stores, such as Costco and local chain Market Basket, instead of Whole Foods or Stop & Shop.

Food prices have not only increased for the Whitman family but for the nation, as the consumer price index shows grocery store prices have increased by 13.5 percent since last year under the Biden administration, per the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Overall, food prices have increased by 11.4 percent.

Polling has shown that 63 percent of American families with children are changing their eating habits, compared to 31 percent that are not, Breitbart News recently reported.

And it’s not just that food prices have gone up, but, lots of the off-brand alternatives have disappeared. Lots of the Lidl brands are gone, replaced with the more expensive versions. I see this to a degree at Walmart. And, many products are also missing. More often, Tilapia is not at either store. Plenty of salmon, but, I don’t like salmon. Cod is even more rare.

If you don’t want to believe Breitbart, how about CNN?

Food prices are soaring, and that’s changed how we eat

We asked CNN readers how inflation has impacted their eating habits, and many mentioned dining out less often, buying less meat and giving up splurges. Some said they are very worried about the future.

Food prices have spiked 11.4% over the past year, the largest annual increase since May 1979, according to data released in mid-September by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Grocery prices jumped 13.5% and restaurant menu prices increased 8% in that period.

And portions have gotten smaller. Meat is often reduced and replaced with more cheap veggies.

Consumers are responding by looking for deals and switching to generic brands, according to July data from the market research firm IRI. Companies like Tyson (TSN) have noticed customers are switching from beef to chicken, and Applebee’s and IHOP have reported an uptick in higher-income customers who are likely trading down from pricier restaurants. Some people may be dining out less often, or avoiding restaurants altogether.

For those who struggled to buy food even before prices shot up, rising costs could mean falling into food insecurity, a state of unreliable access to affordable food.

“If food prices continue to increase at a rate that outpaces increases in wages, that is the inevitable consequence,” said Jayson Lusk, head of the agricultural economics department at Purdue University. “The last time we had a big run up in food insecurity rates was in the wake of the Great Recession.” Last year, about 10.2% of US households were food insecure, according to the USDA, slightly below the 10.5% rate in 2020 and 2019.

There’s a lot more in both articles. The CNN article, which is from their business side, provides lots and lots of details, but, fails to ask a simple question: what is Biden doing to help? His big Inflation Reduction Act provides zero help, and doesn’t actually reduce inflation

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34 Responses to “Bidenflation Changing The Way Americans Eat”

  1. H says:

    More idiotic fear mongering.
    On average Teach Americans spend 11% of their income on food. Half groceries half restaurants. If food price increase wet up 25% instead of 13% the food budget as a ratio of total budget would increase by how much?
    Use a calculator if necessary
    Then redo also figuring in the increase in wages.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      Again a fallacy. How do you figure because my pizza went from $15 to $20 I received an increase in wages? What planet do you live on?

      You really enjoy watching the working man and the poor get crushed by the rich democommie donors don’t you? There is something fundamentally wrong with a person like you. Atheism? Immorality? Or just the effects of the old commie plan?

      MAGA, dopey.

    • david7134 says:

      You do not have a clue as to the hardship facing the average American. As part of my medical practice, I took care of the poor folks in my area, they could not afford a prescription that would be $5 increase from their ordinary drugs. And that was before Obama got his ass in the system, making it far more expensive. Thanks to dumb shits like you and Jeff, you have really hurt the less fortunate among us by insisting on open borders, socialized medical care, higher taxes on everyone, job killing regulations, expensive energy because of the CO2 hoax, and run away inflation the is a product of the Dem government.

      What is wrong with America, look in the mirror.

      • L'Roy White says:

        It really amazes me how the left hurts the poor the most and run around like they are their saviors. I see the results of their misguided(?) policies every day here in scenic Camden. The poverty, the drugs, the poor education, the crime. And the dems will blame it on Trump when they’ve been running the city for decades!

        What is wrong with America? The practice of the religion of leftism.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:


        It’s encouraging that you are concerned for America’s poor.

        Job killing regulations? Jobs are going unfilled at this moment.

        Open borders? We do not have open borders.

        Expensive energy because of the “CO2 hoax”? CO2 is real, as is global warming. The current run-up in prices is not because of global warming.

        Higher taxes? Tax cuts for the rich means the working class pays more regressive state and local taxes, and reductions for services.

        Socialized medicine? We have Medicare and Medicaid which are government run insurance programs for the old and poor, respectively.

        Runaway inflation? Inflation has been flat the past two months. Current inflation resulted from the Russian invasion, supply chain issues and increased demand. Inflation results from market mismatches where demand exceeds supply allowing suppliers to raise prices. Part of the increased demand arises from Covid payments and resumption of near normal activities.

        • Jl says:

          Total BS-“tax cuts for the rich means the working class pays more regressive state and local taxes..”. The US has one of the most progressive tax systems in the free world. Please tell us in detail how the top 1% paying about 40% of all federal income taxes means the working class pays more state and local taxes. And when you repeat the lib mantra “tax cuts for the rich” do you mean the tax cut where everyone who pays taxes got a tax cut? I thought so

        • david7134 says:

          I realize your dream of string me and others along answering your stupid assertions. It ain’t gonna happen jackass.

          Let’s just label your junk as distorted, lies, obfuscation, and sheer stupidity.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:


            We never expect any sensible response from you or those like you.

            You are incapable.

            You are willfully ignorant.

            A massive amount of energy can be squandered arguing with someone stuck in a false perception prohibiting them from seeing what is occurring. It’s a feckless waste of energy.

            They cannot process it, and oftentimes cannot even hear or see it. They’ll combat you with all kinds of resistance, demonstrating they don’t care about truth or reality, but only the victory of their beliefs and illusions.

            There are people who, for all the evidence presented to them, do not have the ability to understand.

            And the only thing that they want is to be right as they seek to validate in all kinds of sneaky ways, calling themselves honorable.

    • You might try keeping up with the economic news before you hit your keyboard.


      All employees

      Real average hourly earnings for all employees increased 0.2 percent from July to August, seasonally
      adjusted, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. This result stems from an increase of 0.3
      percent in average hourly earnings combined with an increase of 0.1 percent in the Consumer Price
      Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U).

      Real average weekly earnings decreased 0.1 percent over the month due to the change in real average
      hourly earnings combined with a 0.3-percent decrease in the average workweek.

      Real average hourly earnings decreased 2.8 percent, seasonally adjusted, from August 2021 to August
      2022. The change in real average hourly earnings combined with a decrease of 0.6 percent in the
      average workweek resulted in a 3.4-percent decrease in real average weekly earnings over this period.

      Production and nonsupervisory employees

      Real average hourly earnings for production and nonsupervisory employees increased 0.3 percent from
      July to August, seasonally adjusted. This result stems from a 0.4-percent increase in average hourly
      earnings combined with no change to the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical
      Workers (CPI-W).

      Real average weekly earnings increased 0.1 percent over the month due to the change in real average
      hourly earnings being combined with a decrease of 0.3 percent to the average workweek.

      From August 2021 to August 2022, real average hourly earnings decreased 2.4 percent, seasonally
      adjusted. The change in real average hourly earnings combined with a 0.9-percent decrease in the
      average workweek resulted in a 3.2-percent decrease in real average weekly earnings over this period.

      That’s from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, not some evil reich-wing source. According to the Biden Administration itself, American workers are 2.8% poorer this year than they were in August of 2021.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    We were at a chain steak house last night and it was packed with a line waiting to get in. This is not a high-end restaurant, and the clientele was very diverse! It was packed!

    Yes, the poorest among us are affected by inflation more than the comfortable (some conservatives deny this obvious fact). Food prices are always volatile, which is why they are not included in the CPI.

    For a healthy economy, economists recommend that year to year inflation stay close to 2%. The peak in modern America was 13.3% in 1979, which was rapidly reduced by the recession engineered by Reagan and Volcker, when the Fed rate reached 20%, and we experienced the highest unemployment rate in history, 10.8% for 1982. But the actions strangled inflation.

    July showed no inflation, August 0.1% (1.2% per year). In September, Powell announced another 0.75% increase in the Fed funds rate bringing it to 3.0-3.25%.

    Did you notice that food insecurity dropped in 2021 compared to the tRump years?

    Conservatives use food insecurity as a political cudgel, but adamantly oppose the government helping hungry children. Do you support free breakfast and lunch for poor kids at schools? Some districts even have free meals in the summer!

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Contrary to to your post your inflation numbers are wrong, dumbass.
      You can look it up.
      Just because the only steak house open in your area was packed doesn’t mean Brandon’s economy isn’t in the shitter.
      See Galera is still about $7 million short of being de-listed by NASDAQ. Good luck with that and the comlng lawsuits,

      • david7134 says:

        Who is going to take economic advice from a guy that, in my opinion, took his listed corporation down to the penny stock level.

        I ate at a chain steakhouse 30 years ago and I am still trying to get the meat out of my teeth.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      Your numbers are political numbers make up out of thin air by leftist operative planning an election and have no basis in fact. Our real current inflation is about 10%. Food, energy and such were removed from the inflation calculations for the same reason you guys change the definition of words and phrases: to coordinate with your narrative. It’s all bullshit. Leaving out the most meaningful and measurable elements of consumer goods because you don’t like the answers is typical of leftist propaganda.

      Right now food inflation alone is about 25%. Energy the same or more.

      So you eat at low end steak houses and they were busy. So what? Most restaurants are going down the crapper. Food is a bad business to be in right now.

      No we did not notice “food insecurity” (another phony leftist metric used and manipulated to further the narrative) decreased. We noticed there is more shit on the streets of LA and more crime in ALL democrat run cities. Have you noticed that?

      Conservatives use food insecurity as a political cudgel, but adamantly oppose the government helping hungry children. Do you support free breakfast and lunch for poor kids at schools? Some districts even have free meals in the summer!

      Conservatives don’t do any such thing and there is not one conservative who has “adamantly opposed” government helping hungry children. We just don’t appreciate helping children while the left keeps creating the situations that make the children hungry like fatherlessness, broken homes, poor schools, bad teachers, fentanyl and other drugs, crime and generational welfare. We also believe charity begins at home. How much do you give to charity each year dowd? How many hungry kids do you feed? None I bet. You are typical. Talk about government programs when your community can do it themselves.

      Free breakfast and lunch at schools? I support education at schools. Since when is it my responsibility to feed people at school at the same time I’m giving their parents billions a year to feed them at home? How many meals do we have to pay for? You just throw my money around like you own it.

      I wish you were as concerned about kids graduating with a 5th grade education as you are about spreading graft and corruption with food programs, gay programs, and anti White racist programs.



      • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

        Here’s your “food insecurity” in full bloom as the giant scam it is (like all democommie policies).

        Feed the children” scammer in his new $500,000 Rolls Royce paid for by you and me because we listened to communists like dowd for years. If we didn’t feed the children we were monsters.

        Talk to someone who has run a legitimate free lunch program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture as administered by the Minnesota Department of Education. You will learn that it isn’t a way to wealth and riches without fraud on a massive scale. Feeding Our Future gave us fraud on a massive scale. It was open, obvious, blatant, and gross.

        Aimmee Bock fronted the scheme and recruited a large cast of Somali participants to get in on the action. Bock’s modus operandi was to scream discrimination whenever anyone questioned the bona fides of her program. Her Somali recruits were the key. They got rich quick. My friend Abdi Nur put it this way last week in an interview with Star Tribune reporter Jeffrey Meitrodt: “The people who were running the sites had been living in Section 8 housing. Poor people. And all of a sudden they were living in $1 million houses and driving nice cars. It was a free-for-all.”

        MAGA, democrat thieves, scammers and liars. Kinda reminds us of “the Covid epidemic”.

  3. Joe says:

    Soon we can all look like ghetto gorillas after we stuff our gullets on cheap high carb junk food.

  4. James Lewis says:

    Dear H:

    I don’t know where people get this 11% BS. Where I shop canned veggies are 50 to 65% higher. Dried beans 35%, Apple Juice 25%, eggs 30%, canned biscuits 69%, frozen veggies 25%-40%20, instant oatmeal 30%… Goodies… frozen pizza 100-150%, cookies 65-75%……

    And don’t even think of fresh veggies…

    All in all my grocery bill is almost double, my utility bill over 100% and my gas bill near 250-200%.

    I don’t think I am unique.

    Many people are putting things on the old plastic card hopeful they will be able to carry the load and catch up in the future. Some will be able. Many won’t.

    Don’t worry about the recession now. Wait about 12 months and you will see the housing market carter and personal bankruptcies explode.

    • UnkleC says:

      James, you’re spot on. I’ve been a frequent flyer at the grocery for 20+ years, often being the prime shopper. Just in Wally World yesterday, canned veg up around 31%, Campbell’s ‘Chunky’ soup up around 30%, ‘I Can’t Believe It’s Butter’ up around 40%, and it goes on. This is in an upper scale subdivision area north of Houston and just post 2020. The Dolt from Delaware is working to kill the economy.

  5. H says:

    LG Brandon
    I wish YOU would become a teacher
    There is a tremendous shortage of teachers. Would you consider doing that ? The worst educated states are most often those poorest red states. The best most highly educated are most often blue states, so how teach in MS or AL. They really need you there
    Conservatives are always complaining about the poor state of eduucation here in the USA, but seem reluctant to do anything more than bitch
    Do you think that Biden is responsible for the world we ide inflation? Our inflation is comparable to that if other developed countries. As for your contention that good prices are up 25% no one believes that.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      As for your contention that good prices are up 25% no one believes that. It’s not a contention moron, it’s an observation from my weekly shopping.

      Of course you don’t believe food prices have gone up 25%, it does not fit your leftist narrative. Some food products have gone up even more. Also all grocery products have risen alarmingly. Are you living in some sort of bubble? Don’t you shop? I do since I’m a bachelor and I ACTUALLY SEE THE PRICES RISING SOMETIMES WEEK TO WEEK.

      I’m a fireman, not a teacher. Why would you demand I teach?

      The worst educated states are most often those poorest red states. The best most highly educated are most often blue states, so how teach in MS or AL. Allow me to explain something to you since you always denote things like this: states aren’t red or blue. States are not more or less educated. People are. You constantly demean the poor, the working class and those not as rich or arrogant as yourself. You always sound like a real asshole when you start degrading people as red or blue but I guess as a ignorant leftist you can’t help yourself.

      Conservatives are always complaining about the poor state of education here in the USA, but seem reluctant to do anything more than bitch

      Really? So you think because you don’t see any conservatives teaching in your leftist city schools they don’t teach. Now you want to demean any non commie teachers too? Wow, you’re a brave man. And conservatives pay the same taxes for schools you commies do. More because many of us send our kids to private schools or home school but still have to support your FAILED PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM. When the second dumbest president Jimmy Carter (between the dumbest Pedo and the 3rd dumbest Hussein) founded the Dept of Ed in 1979 the US was #1 in child education. Now we rate 28th. Typical leftist program. Everything you pigs touch you ruin.

      MAGA, moron.

      • H says:

        I didn’t DEMAND that you teach. Are you that easily triggered snowflake. I don’t quite understand how or why you must spend MORE in taxes if you homeschool. Could you explain? LOL well why not teach in liberal cities? Don’t they pitiful kids living their deserve a quality education? Or, should they be punished for the political views of their parents. Damn hard to be a bachelor and homeschool but I guess it can be done. So you think that because public schools are failing , we should cease funding public schools? Certainly I agree that parents have the right to send their children to private schools, but think your contention that public schools should stop receiving funding is a bit extreme. As far as 25% increase in food prices. I haven’t seen it not where I live. Might there be a GIANT CONSPIRACY. to overcharge conservatives for their food? Pedo Joe?? lets not forget that Trump traveled many times on Lolita Express, visited Pedo Island,, palled around with him in NYC, described him as a “fine fellow”, lost control of his ownership Miss Teenage International beauty pageant because sponsors caught him perving around I the teens dressing are, gave Acosta the Aty General who gave Epstein his sweetheart plea deal a plumb in his Cabinet as Sec of Labor, and had to settle out of court 16 lawsuits alleging assault. Typical that you try to slur others with your own messiah”s fillings. You typical of the Qanon crowd. seeing sex offenses everywhere. Do you check pizza parlor basements for signs of satanic child trafficking. And always whining, always blaming “them” always complaining “ohhhhh life is so hard sob sob” “the left has made my life so bad” “it is all there fault”
        “none of the hot chicks like me because I am a conservative”
        And you believe ANYTHING that fits your political viewpoint. That Gore has a beach front house when it sits 480 feet above the Pacific. You are pathetic

        • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

          And you believe ANYTHING that fits your political viewpoint. That Gore has a beach front house when it sits 480 feet above the Pacific. You are pathetic

          Does his house face the ocean and beach? Is it the first one inland? Then it’s beachfront. My house is not beachfront. I’m on a canal. But I am about 100 feet from the Gulf of Mexico and you can see it from my lanai. So I have a Gulf front property.

          I didn’t DEMAND that you teach. Are you that easily triggered snowflake./em>
          You think that was triggered? I must not have the meaning. I thougt triggered mean bent out of shape, pissed off and such but for faggot leftists. It is physically impossible for men like me to be triggered. We pull triggers, not get triggerted. Idiot.

          You are deranged. I don’t sob for me but for thee. First off I’m not rich like you left coasters but my parents are mega rich so someday… I was not speaking about myself regarding education and you should be smart enough to realize that. Or are you being obtuse? . Is that all you have to complain about?

          “none of the hot chicks like me because I am a conservative”

          I live in Florida so all the hot chicks like me because I’m handsome, 6’2″ and 245 lbs. and well built. Because I have a real job and own my own home. Have a 36′ Chris Craft Corsair and drive a new Vette. IOW, I’m everything you’re not!

          Who’s pathetic now, bitch? Thanks for playing.


          BTW, my parents home is on Kings RD. in Palm Beach 1 block from Mar-a-Lago. I ate there a hundred times growing up. Met Trump too. My dad plays golf with him.

  6. H says:

    Mister Lewis could you please tell us what state and stores you regularly shop at? What percent of your weekly income goes to grocery shopping? Your fossil fuel bills have “skyrocketed”? What state did that occur in and why did that happen ? Certainly the price of solar generation has not gone up significantly and has more likely decreased. Should we be trying to lessen our dependence on those pricey fossil fuels?

  7. H says:

    The price of dried beans as gone up? Are you serious? Mr Lewis pls tell us all how much exactly 1 serving of legumes cost has increased in pennies. Are you receiving EBT? How much exactly do you personally spend a week on food and what percent of your income that is. Perhaps you live in an area where capitalists have driven up the price by price gouging? None of your price increases have shown up at WalMart
    Try shopping there

  8. H says:

    Dried beans cost less than 2$ at Walmart
    There are 36 ,servings in one pound of dried beans
    5 cents per serving post inflation price
    my Lewis share with us how this has impacted your life

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Seems as if Johnnie boy likes to hit the bong and fart a lot.

      And hit the bong and fart some more.


  9. Elwood P. Dowd says:


    America is full of scammers, grifters, thieves and crooks. Look at the grifters in Mississippi, where rich guys Brett Favre, John Davis, Zachary New, Nancy New, Brett DiBiase and others were stealing money intended for helping the poor.

    Billions of Covid funds were stolen by the wealthy. Even “Conservative” Republicans Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Kevin Hern, Vern Buchanan, VP Mike Pence’s brother Greg, Roger Williams, Brett Guthrie, Mike Kelly. Markwayne Mullin, Carol Miller, Vicki Hartzler, Devin Nunes and others including winger Ben Shapiro and the Prager University Foundation, the Ayn Rand Institute, and Americans for Tax Reform Foundation, companies belonging to or associated with the Trump family, Kushner family, DeVos family, took millions in PPP loans that were “forgiven”. Even the staunchest conservatives couldn’t resist. Welfare for rich dudes.

    Perhaps Americans are just whores with little character.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Tip of the iceberg, Rimjob

      According to a new Department of Labor Inspector General report, scammers were able to steal nearly $46 billion in pandemic cash through state unemployment insurance [UI] programs.

      Bwaha! Lolgf

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      All you’re doing is tossing out names and making unsubstantiated accusations all of which BTW are against republicans. I assume in your eyes democommies never cheat? Steal? Fuck commie chink spys? Never ship kids to islands for sex? should I go on wuth the big money scams and Solyndras etc?

      The biggest abusers of PPP loans were democommies but the media is great at hiding them.

      Throwing out unproven personal accusations about people proves you’re a whore of zero character. That’s a very shitty thing to do dowd. very shitty. I mean the most obvious creeps and schemers of all are Hunter, pedo joe, pedo’s brother, the Clintons (all of them), the Pelosi’s (all of them) but they are democommies so they never reach your radar.

      What you are doing is bearing false witness to aide your political narrative never caring about the truth. IOW, LYING!!! As usual. Lying by omission. Lying by evasion. Just plain lying. You really are a morally crippled human being.

      MAGA, maggot.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        Lugar (The MAGA Maggot),

        You do realize the amounts of PPP monies are easily found, right?

        Gaetz is a shareholder in Pensacola, Florida-based Caregivers Inc., which received a $475,932 Paycheck Protection Program loan.

        Before taking office in January 2021, Marjorie Taylor Greene and her husband, Perry Greene, bought Taylor Commercial Inc., a construction business owned by her family in Alpharetta, Georgia. The company took out a $182,300 loan from the program.

        Rep. Gregory Pence, R-Ind., brother to former Vice President Mike Pence, owned two antique malls in Indiana organized under Pence Group LLC. It received a $79,441 loan.

        Car dealerships owned by Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., before he took office in January 2021, also took in loans from the COVID-era program. Sarasota 500 LLC, which operates Sarasota Ford in Florida, received a $2.32 million loan; Nissan of Elizabeth City in North Carolina got a $384,200 loan. The government forgave both loans for a combined $2.6 million.

        KTAK Corp., a restaurant management company co-owned by Rep. Kevin Hern, R-Okla., had a $1.07 million loan forgiven by the government.

        Rep. Roger Williams, R-Texas, owns a Texas car dealership through the JRW Corp. in Fort Worth that received a $1.43 million loan.

        Trace Die Cast, a Bowling Green, Kentucky, company founded by the father of Rep. Brett Guthrie, R-Ky., received a $4.3 million loan.

        Four Pennsylvania car dealerships owned by Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa., took in a combined $974,100 in Paycheck Protection Program loans, ProPublica’s database shows. Mike Kelly Automotive, LP received $197,300, Mike Kelly Automotive Group Inc. received $327,500, Mike Kelly Hyundai received $180,800 and Mike Kelly Chevrolet received $268,500.

        These are all perfectly legal transactions, but the hypocrisy is palpable.

        But we understand your frustration and anger.

        • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

          Just listing companies owned by conservatives shows your ignorance and partisanship. You are so partisan you accept stealing by leftists but complain about conservatives taking the PPP for what it was meant for and LEGALLY used the money and LEGALLY QUALIFIED for partial loan forgiveness.

          Is it your fault or my fault these owners were offered forgiveness? If you were wouldn’t you take it? I would. I fail to understand how you can complain about a legal act regarding a loan made BY DEMOCOMMIES. How is that wrong?

          And how is Make America Great Again wrong? MAGA

  10. Facts Matter says:

    H is simply lying. I doubt he has ever been to a Walmart, yet that would be pure speculation on my part.

    Walmart Prices on the Rise: These Products Will Cost You More in 2022

    The small bottle of Tide is $5.44 now — 10.12% more than in 2021 …
    Tidy Cats Naturally Strong cat litter is $12.48 — 17.63% more than a year ago …
    Bella dog food trays went up to $0.88 — 18.92% more than in 2021 …
    Luvs diapers are $6.47 now — 30.18% more than in 2021
    Feb 17, 2022 · Walmart Chief Financial Officer Brett Biggs said the retailer’s own research shows consumers are paying attention to prices, even if they aren’t trading down to cheaper brands

    Have checkout prices at Walmart increased in 2022? Is this a financial scam? Should we boycott Walmart?

    This is a post by H on Quora…….
    Aug 09, 2022 · Answer (1 of 3): Yes! Everyone has seen this in Walmart recently. This is the biggest financial scam ever!!!! BOYCOTT WALMART!

    Quora responder replies to the above question: Yes, YOU absolutely should boycott Walmart. And spend all of your money at retailers who haven’t raised any of their prices in the last 2 years. Have you found any of those?? LOLOL.


    May 29, 2022 · The convenience of frozen veggies will cost you 23% more when you shop at Walmart in 2022. The bag of Birds Eye Mixed Veggies jumped from $1 to $1.23 in the last year

    THIS IS A GEM:::::::::::::::


    Walmart is slashing prices on clothing and other products – CNN
    Jul 25, 2022 · A sign inflation could start easing: Walmart is slashing prices on clothing and other products By Nathaniel Meyersohn , CNN Business Updated 10:52 AM EDT, Tue July 26, 2022


    Walmart is slashing prices to get rid of excess inventory – NBC News
    Jul 26, 2022 · CORRECTION (July 28, 2022, 11:23 a.m. ET): A previous version of this article attributed Walmart’s announcement to an earnings release. The announcement was made in a press statement

    Walmart, America’s largest retailer and employer, is an economic bellwether.

    Walmart’s net income fell 25% to $2 billion during its latest quarter ending April 30 compared with the same stretch a year ago.

    In February, Walmart said it expected its profit to increase by about 3% this year. But Walmart now expects profit to decease by about 1%.

    WHY DID IT FALL? New York
    CNN Business

    Inflation is weighing on everyone — even the world’s biggest stores.

    I will admit that Walmart is trying to keep prices in line but my latest forray to the closest Walmart in a large city showed the shelves half empty with lots and lots of items missing.

    Smaller town Walmarts have a better selection and at least a smattering of most products though the prices have indeed gone up.

    My wife and I spend 450 per month on groceries. Prior to 2022. Our last trip to Walmart cost us 347.00. A week later we returned to buy 168.00 and then my wife went to another chain and spent 58.00. this has been a monthly occurrence this entire year.

    Until they fix the supply side issues they will never tame inflation and as long as the US and the EU are at war with the largest producers of food and expendables in the world then I suggest you all get comfortable with the end of buying what you want for a price you are comfortable with.

    • UnkleC says:

      Missed or don’t remember that Quora article, no biggie. Lefties love to bash Wally World even though Sam’s lefty kids run it after Sam’s demise. Of course clothing and such are being discounted, seasonal merchandise is discounted out since it costs too much to store and may be ‘out of fashion’ in it’s next season. Simple retailing.
      Groceries are different. Perishable, low mark up, and so on. Food is the first thing we watch, prices have been rising since 2020 and will probably start to jump when 2022 production starts entering the market. Higher costs for seed, fertilizer, fuel, storage, and distribution will begin to show in the market. Much of what we’ve seen so far is the increased cost of transportation and distribution. Hang on to you butt, it could be a wild ride.
      Be sure to vote in November, it’s the economy, stupid [and crime and the border].

  11. James Lewis says:

    Dear H:

    “None of your price increases have shown up at WalMart
    Try shopping there”

    Really? Funny, those increases are from the Walmart I shop at weekly.

    Dude, you are so full of yourself. So ignorant. And you lie so poorly.

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