The price of a loaf of bread has gone up by 20p and bakers are blaming Brexit

The price of a loaf of bread has gone up by 20p and bakers are blaming Brexit
 

The price of a loaf of bread has increased by 20p in the last year and bakers have blamed Brexit.
The cost of wheat surged after the referendum and supermarkets have passed the price hike onto customers.
Tesco have upped the price for Kingsmill’s range of loaves by 20p for its wholemeal and soft white loaves, at the start of last year they were 80p but are now £1.
Sainsbury’s also increased the price of Kingsmill Crusts Away loaves by 5p to £1.30.
The rise came after bakery giants warned they could no longer absorb the rising cost of wheat, which has surged since 2016’s Brexit vote.
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14 January 2018 in Hot News, Views: 47
Source: Metro
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