By Josh Resnek
Like many of us, I am a Market Basket shopper, and McKinnon’s shopper.
I try to stay away from spending $200 a basket for groceries when I shop.
I am also attracted to Whole Foods for a variety of reasons. I shop there for treats I cannot get at other markets.
When I find them, paying for them at the check out counter can be painful.
Inflation and conspicuous consumption are ever present at Whole Foods.
Nowhere does the face of runaway inflation present itself outrageously than it does at Whole Foods for some of the popular items sold there.
For instance, when I was last at Whole Foods I went to the fish counter.