Food prices spike as Covid-19 disrupts local and global supply chains

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Food prices have posted a 10% rise since last year, as Covid-19 wreaked havoc on supply chains. Photo: iStock
Food prices have posted a 10% rise since last year, as Covid-19 wreaked havoc on supply chains. Photo: iStock

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The Competition Commission released its latest Essential Food Pricing Monitoring report, focusing on tracking the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic and the corresponding economic crisis in food markets.

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