Britain's farmers are charging significantly more for their produce than in 2012, leaving consumers with a pricier breakfast, lunch and dinner each day.
That doesn't mean the money is going into farmers' pockets, though. They have faced higher production costs because of volatile global commodity prices.
From fuel to fertiliser to feed, the costs of running a farm jump higher each year - and so does the price of a dinner plate.
As the Office for National Statistics publishes its latest Agriculture Price Index for June, IBTimes UK looks at how much more some of the country's staple food produce costs when compared with a year before.
This article was first published on August 15, 2013