Food prices in Wales are rising at such a rate that more than double the amount of people are now using foodbanks compared to just a year ago.
Latest figures from the Retail Price Index show that prices have risen 12 percent in the last three months, with job centres now regularly referring people to their local food banks to ease the pressure.
Our Business Correspondent Carole Green reports.
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