Grocery prices kept climbing in July.
Food prices grew 10.9% since last July, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s the fastest 12-month rate since 1979, and it outpaces the overall inflation rate of 8.5% seen over the past 12 months.
When seasonally adjusted, prices saw a 1.1% increase between June and July.
Groceries specifically rose 13.1% during the past year, and they jumped 1.3% in July alone, the July Consumer Price Index data shows.
Here are the groceries that have seen the biggest price jumps over the last 12 months.