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Consumers to get breather from dizzy food price spiral

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Consumers to get breather from dizzy food price spiral

By Ethel Hazelhurst
From Business Report

Consumers, who have faced rocketing food prices over the past few years, can expect some relief soon.

Justmoney.co.za says:

Things are starting to look up, but this is not a signal to go credit crazy. The market goes up the market goes down, compounded savings always keep growing. Retirement planning should be done as soon as you start working. Keep checking your financial health, and you will always keep your head above water.

 

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