Bread prices in S'pore rise along with costs of raw materials and overheads

Export of wheat, the primary grain for flour, has been choked by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Bread prices here in supermarkets and some bakeries have gone up since the start of the year amid rising costs of raw materials and overheads.

A check by The Straits Times on Monday (March 21) on Price Kaki, a mobile app by the Consumers Association of Singapore to compare grocery prices among other things, found that a 600g loaf of Gardenia Enriched White Bread now costs $2.60, up from $2.40.

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