For the first time in twenty-five years, Little Caesars is raising the price of its Hot-N-Ready pizza.  The price had been five dollars since 1997.

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The increased price, according to Little Caesars CEO Dave Scrivano, is intended to balance rising labor and commodity costs, as the price of pepperoni has risen by more than 50% since the epidemic began. The supply chain crisis Biden let fester didn’t help either.

 

Now, is Little Caesars pizza high quality? No. But the fact remains that in Biden’s economy everyone is suffering and even cheap pizza that you feel somewhat guilty about buying for your office staff, but you do anyways, is now being affected.

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So where does this leave us? The new price will reportedly be $5.55. So we are fifty-five cents poorer and feeling that much worse about buying pizza made mostly from chemicals and preservatives.

But in all seriousness, these little changes that some of us joke about are having a devastating impact on families across America.  Because it’s not just the increased price of pizza and feeding your family, it’s the cost to get to work with gas prices up, it’s the cost of nearly all groceries and basic needs going up and when all added together, they will sadly sink some families.

And the worst part is, all of these problems that the Biden administration has either created or let fester, are absolutely solve-able.

This piece was written by Staff Writer on January 6, 2022. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.

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