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Food inflation brief – April 2021

Inflation on food and non-alcoholic beverages for April 2021 was recorded at 6.3%, with an increasing trend observed from February 2021

 

Main driving forces included high global commodity prices and an increase in domestic manufacturing and distribution costs – not expected to abate soon. In this brief BFAP explores the cost of basic healthy eating, as well as key factors shaping South Africa’s food inflation from historical and future expectations perspectives.

 

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