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After almost three years, grocery prices in the United States have finally decreased.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the food at home index fell by 0.3 percent in March, which marks the first time since September 2020 that grocery prices have dropped.

However, despite this news, some shoppers are still not feeling much relief from high prices.

The decrease may not be enough for some, especially since inflation is still at a high level.

Among the six major grocery food group indexes, three fell from February to March, including meat, poultry, fish, and eggs.

Fruits and vegetables saw a slight decrease of 1.3 percent.

Eggs had the most dramatic decrease with a 10.9 percent decline from February.

Grocery prices are still at an all-time high on an annual basis, with an 8.4 percent drop through March.

The national inflation rate reached its peak last June at 9.1 percent.

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