Grocery inflation eases to lowest level in 2023 - report

Dunnes continues to hold the highest market share amongst all retailers

The growth in sales of own label was almost double that of brands. Picture: Getty

Grocery inflation rose by 15.8 per cent in the 12 weeks to the middle of June, down on last month’s level of 16.5 per cent, marking the lowest level of inflation seen so far this year.

Take-home grocery sales in Ireland increased by 10.8 per cent in the four weeks to June 11, according to figures from Kantar.

Shoppers returned to store more often during June (up 9.2 per cent) compared to last year, making ...