WASHINGTON —According to the April Consumer Price Index, price inflation for food away from home rose faster than that for food at home, a trend that could push more consumers away from restaurants and toward grocery stores. New data from the U.S. Department of Labor, released last month, showed that the general Consumer Price Index, or CPI, remained unchanged in April when compared with March, and fell 0.7 percent when compared to April ...
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