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Brazil was the country where food prices rose most during the pandemic

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One of the biggest challenges during the pandemic has been to save money on groceries. Even basic products, such as rice and beans, have gone up in price in recent months. In turn, 62% of the population saw their income decreased in the period, according to Datafolha.

The variation in values took not only Brazilians by surprise. In several regions of the world, inflation has made people redouble their care in supermarkets. However, according to Oxford University's study with data from the World Bank, Brazil was the country where prices rose the fastest.

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