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'Shrinkflation' fuels rise in cost of sweet treats
Shrinking chocolate bars have helped bump up the total cost of sweet treats over the past five years, new figures have revealed. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said so-called “shrinkflation” - where the size of a product is reduced and the ...
Brexit is not to blame for shrinking chocolate bars  
Shrinking sweets? 'You're not imagining it,' ONS tells shoppers  
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