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UK inflation: which goods and services have risen in price and by how much?

UK inflation: which goods and services have risen in price and by how much?

From low-fat milk to ice-cream and clothing to recreation, how costs have soared

Inflation last month bust the double-digit barrier to hit 10.1%, the latest figures show. The Office for National Statistics uses the consumer prices index to measure the rising cost of living and also compiles the increasing prices of individual goods and services.

Here is a breakdown showing how everyday items have shot up over the past year. In each case, the figure is the percentage change in the average price over the 12 months to July 2022, and on many occasions the rate has risen to an even higher level than in June.


Low-fat milk 34.0%
Butter 27.1%
Pasta and couscous 24.4%
Olive oil 23.6%
Margarine and other vegetable fats 22.5%
Jams, marmalades and honey 21.2%
Sauces, condiments, salt, spices and culinary herbs 21.2%
Cheese and curd 17.9%
Ready-made meals 16.0%
Potatoes 15.7%
Eggs 14.6%
Yoghurt 14.2%
Pork 13.2%
Edible ices and ice-cream 12.9%
Fish 12.8%
Bread 11.0%
Pizza and quiche 9.9%
Fruit 8.5%
Rice 6.7%
Sugar 5.1%


Mineral or spring waters 22.0%
Fruit and vegetable juices 14.8%
Coffee 12.0%
Tea 10.2%
Soft drinks 7.7%
Beer 3.2%
Spirits 3.1%
Wine 2.5%

Electricity, gas and other fuels

Liquid fuels 114.1%Gas 95.7%
Electricity 54.0%
Solid fuels 26.9%

Prices for some goods are rising at a higher rate than overall inflation

Clothing and shoes

Clothing accessories 7.7%
Garments for men 7.4%
Garments for infants and children 7.4%
Footwear for infants and children 7.3%
Garments for women 6.4%
Footwear for women 5.5%
Footwear for men 3.9%

Household items and furniture

Garden furniture 21.1%
Heaters and air conditioners 18.2%
Irons 14.8%
Refrigerators, freezers and fridge-freezers 13.2%
Glassware and chinaware 12.8%
Cookers 8.5%
Bed linen 8.1%
Lighting equipment 7.9%
Carpets and rugs 4.9%


Secondhand cars 8.6%
New cars 7.3%
Bicycles 6.1%
Motorcycles 2.3%

Passenger transport

By air 37.1%
By train 9.8%
By underground and tram 5.1%
By bus and coach 3.8%
By sea and inland waterway 3.0%

Hospitality and recreation

Holiday centres, camping sites and youth hostels 25.5%
Cinemas, theatres and concerts 14.0%
Fast food and takeaway food services 10.3%
Restaurants and cafes 7.5%
Canteens 6.3%
Museums, libraries and zoos 5.0%

Other recreational items

Garden products 15.1%
Products for pets 13.7%
Sport equipment 11.7%
Veterinary and other services for pets 9.1%
Equipment for sport 8.6%
Plants and flowers 6.6%


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