Bacon Up 21 Percent Annually: Bidenflation Problems

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Breakfast is more expensive this month — worst of all, the cost of bacon — thanks to President Biden’s policies.

Using data from the Department of Labor, the prices of nearly all items in the most important meal of the day have dramatically risen over the last year by 6.8 percent, the highest level since 1982.

“Price increases continue to squeeze family budgets,” Biden said. “We are making progress on pandemic-related challenges to our supply chain which make it more expensive to get goods on shelves, and I expect more progress on that in the weeks ahead.”

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Below is a highlight of the increases, via Breitbart:

  • Breakfast cereals prices jumped 3.3 percent in November and are up 4.5 percent compared with a year ago.
  • Whole milk prices are up 6.6 percent compared with a year ago and jumped 1.4 percent compared with October.
  • Eggs prices actually fell 1.8 percent in November but are up 8 percent year-over-year.
  • Bacon prices rose 0.6 percent in November and are up 21 percent annually.
  • Breakfast sausage prices are up 12.9 percent for the year even after falling 0.4 percent in November.
  • Muffins and biscuits prices are up 6.6 percent compared with a year ago after rising 1.2 percent from October.
  • Fresh Juice prices dipped 0.4 percent in November and are up 3.7 percent for the year.
  • Frozen Juice prices also inched down 0.4 percent in November and are up 3.7 percent annually.
  • Coffee prices are up 7.5 percent annually after a 0.3 percent rise in November
  • Fresh Fruit prices rose 0.8 percent in November and are up 5.8 percent compared with last year.
  • Apples have soared in price this fall, apple-picking season, and are now up 7.4 percent on the year.
  • Bananas rose 1.4 percent in November and are up 3.7 percent compared with a year ago.
  • Peanut Butter prices rose 0.9 percent in November and are up 6.8 percent annually.
  • Baby food prices are up 6.7 percent annually.

In addition to food, gas prices have jumped 58.1 percent over the year, the biggest jump since April 1980.

Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH) called the inflation “unsustainable” in a tweet:

“Bidenflation is driving up costs for everyday goods for families who can’t afford it,” Gibbs said. “We have to stop the out-of-control socialist spending causing it.”

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