5 Things You Buy That Will Be Affected By Price Rises
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Fresh produce like British apples are more at risk of inflation than other goods thanks to their shorter route to market - for example, the fuel used to transport them is becoming more expensive, according to the IFS.
Marmite, and the rest
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The high-profile row between Unilever and Tesco highlights the current pressure on prices. It's not clear what deal was struck, but it's likely to be a compromise on the original demand of a 10% increase on Marmite, Pot Noodle and PG Tips, according to Mintel Retail.
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Imported goods like coffee have risen in price by 12% in recent months, Sarah Hewin of Standard Chartered said. Increasing costs of raw materials look set to challenge manufacturers.
The cost of clothing is likely to increase over the next year, with Next predicting a rise of around 5% - while retailers have bought next season's clobber, the future is less certain.
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While furniture has a longer supply chain, firms like Ercol in Buckinghamshire are preparing to tinker with prices as the cost of raw materials like metal and wood increases.