If you want food to sell well in the US, a label saying “Jumbo” or “Extra” usually does the trick. Now, however, products in the US are shrinking. With high fuel costs and a weakened dollar, food manufacturers have decided not to raise prices. Instead, they are selling less for the same price.Kraft, for example, has cut the number of slices of cheese in its packets from 11 to 10, and Kellogg’s cereal packets contain about 100 grams less. “There is a grocery shrink ray that has been unleashed across...
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