Peter Lewis recognizes that eggs aren’t the biggest expenditure in the world. But amid today’s levels of inflation, the price increase on the consumer staple really gets to him. "I tend to buy the same things every week, and for some reason, with eggs, I just eat a lot of them, and I notice the prices on them," he says. The 18 extra-large eggs he buys were $3.18 in early 2021; now, they’re $5.12. Over the weekend, Lewis spent nearly $100 at his local Walmart on food for him and his wife, an amount he doesn’t believe he’s ever hit before. "It’s not like we’re buying a whole shopping cart."
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