A loaf of some baked goods on Tesco’s shelves has jumped up to 25c in the space of just three months as inflation drives prices up in Ireland.
We’ve compared the prices on our Tesco shopping lists from mid-January to April 22 to see how much your purchases are increasing.
Choosing items that the majority of people would buy, we’ve seen some products soar as high as 50°C, while others have seen smaller rises of just 10°C or even less.
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First up was the bread, a pan of Brennan’s sliced wholemeal bread cost €1.60 when we shopped at Tesco on January 22 – fast forward exactly three months and it’s now 25c more expensive.
And the milk? Well, Avonmore’s two liter bottle of milk was €1.89 in mid-January, today it has risen slightly to €1.99.
Chicken? 530 grams of medium chicken fillets cost exactly €5 on January 15, today they cost €5.32.
Four quarter pounds of own-brand beef was €3 in January, today it’ll set you back €3.75 – one of the biggest jumps in our product tracking.
Below is a look at 10 of the items we’ve compared from mid-January to today – have you noticed any wild jumps in your purchases? Let us know in the comments.
Tesco price comparisons
Brennan Wholemeal Sliced Bread – 800 grams – on January 22 it was €1.60 – on April 22 it was €1.85.
Kelloggs Rice Krispie Squares Marshmallow 4 X 28G – On January 15 it was €1.30 – On April 22 it was €1.32.
Avonmore milk 2 liters – On January 15 it was €1.89 – On April 22 it was €1.99.
Tesco Medium Chicken Fillets 533G – On January 15 it was €5 – On April 22 it was €5.32.
Tesco 513G Irish Sirloin Steak – On January 15 it was €5 – On April 22 it was €5.50.
Baked Beans Lots 3X225g – On January 22 it was €2.35 – On April 22 it was €2.89.
Pack of 5 Tesco White Chocolate Biscuits – On January 22 it was €2 – On April 22 it was €2.10.
Tesco 4 Quarter Pound Beef 454G – On January 22 it was €3 – On April 22 it was €3.75.
Tesco Strawberries 250G – On January 22 it was €0.19 – On April 22 it was €2.49.
Denny Dsty Traditional Bb Ham 90Gx2x6 – On 22nd January it was €3.50 – currently in a 49c bid which brings the price down to €3.50.
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