- The price of snack food sold in vending machines in the US was up 2.3% between May and June.
- This is the biggest single-month cost jump on record, according to Axios.
- Food shortages, the labor shortages, and supply chain snafus are leading to price hikes.
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Vending machine food prices soared in June.
According to the consumer price index from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, snack food sold in these machines in the US was up 2.3% last month, the biggest single-month cost jump on record, Axios reported. The cost of