Rising Food Costs Impacting Those on Fixed Incomes the Most

If you’ve been to the grocery store lately, you’ve probably noticed that prices have gone up.

Inflation is up nearly 10% over the last year.

You’re seeing that reflected in the cost of staples like meat.

University of Indianapolis Associate Finance Professor Dr. Matt Will tells WISH-TV the people who will be impacted the most are people who are on fixed incomes.

He says what used to be $50 worth of groceries is now more than $100.