Insider senior retail reporter Áine Cain: More than one reason why your potato chips, gas and haircut are a little more expensive

John Williams

Groceries are shown at a checkout counter, Friday, April 16, 2021, at a grocery store in Surfside, Fla. U.S. consumer prices surge 0.8% in April, pushing the rise in inflation over the past year to the fastest rate in more than a decade, an acceleration that has stirred worries about rising inflation. The Labor Department reported Wednesday, May 12, that the price consumers pay for their purchases of everything from food and clothes to new cars rose at a faster pace than last month’s 0.6% rise. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Insider senior retail reporter Áine Cain joins John Williams to explain why you might have noticed less tissue on your toilet paper roll, or an extra three dollars tacked on your order of chicken wings in the last week. The cargo ship stuck in the Suez Canal play a role in that.

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