The annual food price rise announced today confirms the need to “rein in the super profits of the supermarket duopoly”, Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs David Clark says. Food prices were 7.6 percent higher in March than the year before, RNZ reports – the biggest annual increase in more than a decade. “The March increase is above general inflation figures and highlights the role the grocery sector is playing in driving up prices,” Clark said.

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