U.S. shoppers face "meatflation" following economy reopening
Nitza Soledad Perez

The supply chain issues and high prices on goods ranging from electronics to produce have become all-too common for U.S. families as the economy emerges from pandemic shutdowns. 

Meat is part of this trend – with meat prices rising at their fastest rate in thirty years, disrupting how families and businesses shop and dine out. 

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