It looks like Bidenflation has another victim as prices for one of America’s favorite fall drinks is on the rise.
With fall arriving a lot of Americans are looking forward to having their pumpkin craving satisfied with pumpkin spiced lattes. Now one of America’s largest drink providers is raising its already over priced drinks.
Business insider writes. For the 19th consecutive year, Starbucks is bringing its Pumpkin Spiced Latte to menus nationwide on Tuesday. The drink, which has become a fall staple for Starbucks, has become divisive over the years and counts both vocal fans and detractors.
Apparently, the classic autumn beverage isn’t immune to inflationary pressures either. According to Business insider, the price of a large pumpkin spice latte will range between $5.45 and $5.95 this year. Compared to last year, that’s a 4% increase.
Inflation has been wreaking havoc with everyday items for the last year.
Next News Network reported. Joe Biden’s new America is rife with inflation and skyrocketing costs of fuel, food and everyday items for Americans has no limit to price increases in sight. With the recent passing of the inflation reduction act, the debt will increase dramatically, spiking the further increase in inflation.
You almost have to take out a small mortgage if you are going to Starbucks already, so leave it to the corporate giant to see an opportunity to increase prices some more.