Most Prices Double Every 10 Years. Just How Is That Low Inflation?

macaroni and cheese with tomato wedges

Many folks know about Kraft Dinner.

They first purchased it because it

was orange and cheap but now

to get that same fix a hungry

person has to fork over a

lot more loot for the same amount of golden gobblygook.

Thank you, friend.

Barry out.

Try this experiment: find the price of something from 10, 20 or 40 years ago.

Double that price every ten years and you’ll arrive at close to the price you pay today.

Now, try the same thing with your wages.

Kraft Dinner can’t dispute that Canadians associate it with cheap eats

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