Shipping prices continue to rise due to an ongoing shortage of truck drivers, pushing grocery prices higher. The cost to ship food from California to the East in early 2018 increased 25% year over year, according to the US Department of Agriculture.
Grocery prices rise as long-distance truck driver shortage continues
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