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British should buy valuable brands to handle with a life cost a crisis, says minister | Expenses of living crisis

Buyers can deal with rising food prices and cope with in cost of survive the crisis by choosing inexpensive brands in supermarket, t. environment secretary proposed.

George Eustis, office minister watching food and agriculture told Sky News that food prices up as of knock-on effect of higher energy consumption, push up fertilizer and feed costs.

He said: “Generally speaking, that people find by going for some of valuable brands, not private label products – they can actually run and run their home budget. No doubt it will put pressure on family budget and of of course it comes on upper of and those high gas prices.”

He argued that there was “a very, very competitive retail market with ten big supermarkets and four main those who compete very aggressively, especially on some of lower-cost daily value items for households, so things like spaghetti and products for the environment – a lot of competition keep those prices down”.

“Where it gets harder on things like chicken and poultry, and some fresh produce, where these increased feed costs end up go through system because these people work on thin margins and they should pass that cost to the end, Eustice added.

He also suggested that Elsie, 77-year-old woman who said she rides buses to keep warm should go to her local council for help. Previously Boris Johnson drawn criticism for brag about what you brought in free bus passes when you face with in story of her fight with heat her home.

Eustis told Sky News: “What advice would I give to Elsa (sic)? Well my advice would be this: you know don’t stay on bus all day to try and keep warm. My advice would be to look for some support from the local government.”

Pat McFadden, a shadow treasury minister, criticized Eustice’s comments as “regrettable out of touch off government with no solution to the problem cost-of-life crisis facing working people”.

“People are seeing their wages fall, fuel and food prices are rising, and families are worried about how to make ends meet,” he said. “It’s time for in government get real help to people not comments that just expose how little they understand real fight people are facing to pay your bills.”

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Liberal Democrat work and pensions spokeswoman Wendy Chamberlain said: “These comments show George Eustis and the Conservatives Live in parallel universe. Families and retirees who can’t afford them weekly shop need more help and not patronizing advice from the ignorant minister.

“It’s harsh reality of Britain Boris Johnson. Oil and gas giants raked in billions while families are told buy appreciate food and pensioners ride on buses to keep warm.

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