Tips on how to survive inflation (Market)

The cost of living is higher than it’s been in 40 years. As prices go up, consumers are often paying more for less — sometimes without even realizing it. In this episode we follow reporter Travis Dhanraj as he investigates the sneaky ways in which inflation could be affecting consumers, and delve into the different types of ‘flation’ — from shrinkflation and tipflation to greedflation and others.

CORRECTION: At 11:04 the unit price calculation is incorrect. It should be 38 cents/100g instead of 0.38 cents/100g and 66 cents/100g instead of 0.66 cents/100g.

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