Inflation: here is the list of products whose prices have fallen over the past year

Inflation: here is the list of products whose prices have fallen over the past year
Inflation: here is the list of products whose prices have fallen over the past year

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– Food products even recorded a significant drop in their prices.

You may have already noticed when going shopping, the receipt bill is a little less expensive lately. And for good reason, the prices of certain items have been falling for a year. Inflation continues to decline and stands at 2.2% in April over one year. Food products even recorded a significant drop in their prices, according to the latest INSEE readings, as reported by BFMTV on Wednesday May 15. This is the case of oils (except those made from olives), which will see their price drop by almost 15%. THE frozen fruit are also significantly cheaper, with a drop of 12.9%.

Other good news is the cost of vegetables, apart from potatoes which show a price increase of 9.2% over one year, is down 4.7%. As for meats, the price per kilo of poultry, decreased by 2.6% compared to last year. Over one year, the prices of food products have increased on average by only 1%, our colleagues point out. And compared to those of January, they even recorded a slight drop of 0.4%. In addition, a decline is also observed in the household appliances section of stores.

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“Signs of deconsumption”

According to INSEE, the saving made over one year, for a comparable model, amounts to 6.1% for a smartphone and 5.4% for a television. In the small household appliances market, prices fell by 4.9% in one year. And the toaster are the products whose price has fallen the most, with an average of -9.2%, underlines BFMTV. But despite a decline in inflation, the boss of Système U, Dominique Schelcher, for his part, claimed to see “signs of deconsumption”. The inflationary crisis is behind us but there remains a purchasing power problem. This tension for months has weighed on people’s choices, they arbitrate”, he declared Tuesday May 14 on BFMTV-RMC. And according to him, “beyond 3 euros”non-food products “sell less”.

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