‘Golden era’ of cheap food over as two in five Britons buy less to eat

ONS survey reveals worsening effects of cost of living crisis, with food prices forecast to have risen by 9% in April

Households have been warned that the UK’s “golden era” of cheap food is over, as official figures published on Friday pointed to the toll of the cost of living crisis, with two in five people buying less food to get by.

The former Sainsbury’s boss Justin King said shoppers now faced hard choices over how to spend their money as the financial shock, caused by the war in Ukraine, pushes up prices on supermarket shelves.

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