Bread prices set to rise
A loaf of bread will soon cost you at least £2 in Jersey.
From the end of the month, on average bread prices will rise by about 5%.
Cimandis, who are the island's biggest suppliers of bakery goods have announced these changes due to poor harvest and a global shortage of wheat.
They say poor weather conditions delayed harvest and pushed up the price.
The company provide baking goods to all of the island's main grocery stores such as Marks and Spencer, Co-Op and Waitrose.
Cimandis Managing Director, Dave Chalk says, "We reduced the prices in Jan 2012 and absorbed further increases throughout 2012 however the latest increases cannot be absorbed."