The wallets of consumers are about to take another hit as a price hike for several breadbasket items has been granted.
All signs point towards an electricity hike. This as the International Monetary Fund predicts prices will go up but as much as 7.3 percent.
Cabinet has given no approval for an increase in electricity bills, according to the works and utilities minister.
Bahamians can expect higher prices at the pumps amid Russia's attack on Ukraine. One Esso dealer predicted consumers could pay $6/gallon.
Rising grocery store prices are placing a further burden on local non-profit organizations, that feed hundreds of people in need each week.
More businesses are warning their prices may increase slightly in the future, as they aim to keep prices as low as possible.
Higher prices are hitting home for just about everyone from businesses to consumers, finding it difficult to keep food on the shelves.
As a shortage in the supply chain makes some items increasingly difficult to find in food stores across the United States, one local grocery chain warns...