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May 07 2011

Commodity Prices are going up

Published by CPGgal at 9:01 am under Food,Non Food

With commodity prices increasing what do you think that will do to consumer goods? You guessed it, prices are going to have to increase. Manufacturers have put off “real” price increases by bringing down the size of the products over the last few years, but with soaring costs and not much left to mini-size, prices will now have to go up at the stores. Kimberly Clark, P&G, Kraft and others have all announced price increases that will go into affect in June, so if there is something you usually buy in bulk, you may want to stock up this month.

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