How much have food costs gone up in Houston?

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On Thursday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released data that conveyed the continuing rise of inflation.

The data said that inflation has risen to 9.1% over the past year, which takes into account increases in gas prices, foods, education and housing.

Below is a graphic for how much food costs have gone up in Houston.

Fruits and vegetables have also gone up considerably, as evidenced by the chart below.

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