‘Shrinkflation’: Manufacturers put less in packages but keep prices the same

NEW YORK — As prices for consumer goods continue to rise, experts are ringing alarm bells over so-called shrinkflation. The latest data from the Consumer Price Index indicates that prices on everyday goods have jumped 5% over the last 12 months — the largest one-year increase since August 2008.

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