In fact, consumer organization OCU already this week warned that it had discovered An average rise of 5.2% in the most popular foods present in Christmas lunches and dinners compared to the 2021 Christmas basket, with red cabbage and hake leading, but at the same time lower prices for eel or pork.
One of the most employed strategies is the search for a private label or distributor, generally at affordable prices, which has undergone a very significant transformation in recent months. There are already companies in which this private label represents 52% of their turnover, as confirmed, for example, by DIA’s global CEO, Martín Tolcachir.
All in all, the question that still needs to be resolved is how long this food inflation will last longer than expected and change consumer routines, a difficult question that few dare to answer at the moment.
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