UK shop prices have risen at their slowest since December 2021

British Retail Consortium Shop Price Index data for April +0.8% y/y, the slowest pace in more than two years

prior +1.3%

Prices for non-food goods -0.6% y/y, first negative reading since October 2021

prior +0.2%

BRC chief executive Helen Dickinson:

“One year on from the peak, shop price inflation levels are
showing signs of normalising, providing relief to households”

This article was written by Eamonn Sheridan at