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Inflation Starves America Of Nutrition: Golden/TIPP

Most Americans say they can't afford nutritious food because of rising prices.

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It is a new year, but some concerns from the past year continue to haunt Americans. Among their chief concerns is the condition of the economy. With the country in the grip of prolonged inflation, prices of essential goods have remained high for months. Though food and fuel prices have eased off from their respective record peaks, the inflated rates still force most Americans to make tough decisions regarding their eating habits.

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