Though inflation is cooling, rising food prices affect both small businesses and their partners

Customers at the Carrboro Farmer’s market on January 21. It is open every Saturday (Hannah Noel / Carolina Connection)

One consequence of the pandemic is inflation. And as the cost of food staples remains high, local small businesses are pivoting to keep their prices affordable.

Hannah Noel has the story.

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