Love in a time of inflation: how much will Valentine’s Day set you back?
By Richa Naidu LONDON (Reuters) -This Valentine’s Day is set to look different after a year of record food inflation that has sent up prices of everything from flowers to chocolates and dining in restaurants. COVID-era supply chain logjams and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have meant that Britons paid a record 16.7% more for food in the four weeks to Jan. 22 compared to the same period last year, according to research firm Kantar. As a result, romantic Valentine dinners out will cost more and restaurants are modifying their offerings to attract cash-conscious customers. Last year, British resta…