Update on yoghurts and cereals

A follow up three months later on the prices of yoghurts and cereals shows prices increased 3p and 1p respectively. However food inflation decreased by 4.8% in the same time frame. Consumers are not yet experiencing the benefits of the falling inflation, which is crucial during the cost-of-living crisis.

The nutritional profile of yoghurts and cereals remains mostly unchanged: A third of cereals on offer (32%) remain high in salt, fat or sugar (HFSS), while over half (53%) of yogurts contained four cubes or more of sugar per pot.

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