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These 4 Fast-Food Chains Have Raised Their Prices the Most

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Mura Dominko of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 5: It's no secret that food—from restaurant chains to grocery stores—is getting more expensive. The cost of raw ingredients is growing, the labor market is tight, and the supply chain is still suffering lags that have largely been put in motion by various aspects of the pandemic.But it's maybe most surprising when even the cheapest food options, like meals at fast-food chains, end up costing more. And that's exactly what's taken place this year. Some of the biggest, most beloved, and frankly, most affordable fast-food brands ended up increasing their prices since March, according to Business Insider.In fact, the publication states that quick-service chains have seen the biggest price surges of all restaurant chains this year—an average of 6%. While at some, you won't even notice that the price of your coffee or burger has gone up, at others, the increases are too substantial to ignore. Here are the four chains where prices have gone up the most.For more, check out One of the Most Popular Taco Bell Items In History Is Returning to the Menu.And for even more, check out the 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.Read the full article at Eat This, Not That!

These 4 Fast-Food Chains Have Raised Their Prices the Most

It's no secret that food—from restaurant chains to grocery stores—is getting more expensive. The cost of raw ingredients is growing, the labor market is tight, and the supply chain is still suffering lags that have largely been put in motion by various aspects of the pandemic.

But it's maybe most surprising when even the cheapest food options, like meals at fast-food chains, end up costing more. And that's exactly what's taken place this year. Some of the biggest, most beloved, and frankly, most affordable fast-food brands ended up increasing their prices since March, according to Business Insider.

In fact, the publication states that quick-service chains have seen the biggest price surges of all restaurant chains this year—an average of 6%. While at some, you won't even notice that the price of your coffee or burger has gone up, at others, the increases are too substantial to ignore. Here are the four chains where prices have gone up the most.

For more, check out One of the Most Popular Taco Bell Items In History Is Returning to the Menu.

And for even more, check out the 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.

Read the full article at Eat This, Not That!

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