Which foods increased by double digits in June?

Which foods increased by double digits in June?
Which foods increased by double digits in June?

According to the consultancy Focus Market, dairy products registered the highest increases of the month. The drop in consumption forced supermarkets to make more aggressive offers.


Waiting for the Official inflation data for the month of Juneprivate consulting firms that track food price variations observed a double-digit increase in some particular products.

According to Focus Market, Damián Di Pace’s consultancy, which measures 682 products of different brands and presentations, “the inflation in mass consumption In the month of June 2024 it was 4.7%. In the breakdown of the food basket, growth has increased by 2.7%, beverages by 4.5% and personal care by 2.5%. In the case of cleaning products, the category has shown an average price decrease of 0.7% in monthly terms. The mass consumption basket in interannual terms advances 242% and 57% in the accumulated year,” the report detailed.

Inflation: The 10 foods that increased the most in June

  • Yogurts 19.5%
  • Broths 15.2%
  • Condiments 14.3%
  • Cream 9.9%
  • Butter 9.6%
  • Spreadable cheeses 7.6%
  • Ready Sauces 6.9%
  • Custards 5.9%
  • Empanada Tapas 5.8%
  • Disinfectants 5.7%.

Inflation: the 10 foods that increased the most in June 2023 vs June 2024

  • Chocolates 444.2%
  • Puree 419.5%
  • Broths 380.7%
  • Condiments 377.4%
  • Diapers 375.6%
  • Laundry Detergent 372.9%
  • Hair 359.5%
  • Shaving Machines 397.2%
  • Shaving Machines 359.4%
  • Sales 357.1%.


Dairy products were the food category that grew the most

Dairy products were the food category that grew the most

Inflation: 10 foods that have dropped in price

  • Rice: 31.4%
  • Air freshener: 11.2%
  • Laundry detergent: 8.3%
  • Softeners: 7.9%
  • Toothpastes: 5.5%
  • Breadcrumbs: 4.3%
  • Jam: 2.7%
  • Canned fish: 2.7%
  • Dry pasta: 2.7%
  • Bar soap: 2%.

“The food category, after having reached average year-on-year increases of up to 300%, will slow down to 220% by June 2024. All consumer goods companies They offer promotions, offers and discounts to move excess stock in both the wholesale and retail channels. Going forward, the expectation is that Smaller drop in sales of basic categories with the improvement in wage variation in relation to inflation, although very much pending on the correction of regulated prices in the economy such as rates for public and private services such as prepaid medicine, expenses, education, TV, Internet and cable, among others,” concluded Di Pace.

Source: Ambito

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