Inflation is pushing Idahoans to spend less on pizza

You can gauge the impact of inflation by looking at pizza sales. Idahoans and Americans still love the pie but are looking for cheaper alternatives. Watch this video from the Fox Business Network. The Varney and Company host has a guest breaking it down. If you don’t have time to watch, here’s a synopsis. When things are going well, people buy DiGiorno. I prefer the rising crust to the thick crust! The price of rising crust has gone up a few dollars over the past year. People are looking for alternatives. The Kroger store brand is pretty good and I often find that I don’t need to cook it that long.

You can dress your pizza at home

Whichever brand I choose, I usually do a few extra decorations before I put the pizza in the oven. I sprinkle on some Kroger wing sauce and add some olives and onions if I already have some at home.

We have all looked for alternatives when shopping. I even pick up cut-price meat, which I freeze or cook and then freeze. I can eat yesterday’s bread. Living alone, I rarely buy fresh bread as most bread will stay for a few days anyway.

When can I still afford to buy a good pizza?

We are all bankers, there will soon be an end to rising prices, however. I have an impression after election day. Many Americans have to be okay with higher prices and shortages. By comparison, in 1978 the electorate approved of the status quo as inflation raged across the country. Two years later, the dam finally broke, ushering in a new era under Ronald Reagan. It gave us 40 years of affordable groceries. Today, a new generation is learning that choices matter at the ballot box.

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