Rising costs: Your daily bread is going to be more expensive

The conflict in Ukraine has caused the price of flour, eggs and butter, ingredients in bread and pastries, to go up. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Your daily bread, bagel, croissant, curry puff, pasta and pizza may cost more soon - if food businesses here can no longer absorb the increases in the prices of ingredients such as flour, eggs and butter.

The logistics and supply chain disruptions that the pandemic wrought were just easing when the Russia-Ukraine war erupted.

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