As we are months removed from shoppers panic buying during the early stages of the pandemic, finance experts are predicting price hikes for popular grocery store items including -- you guessed it -- toilet paper.
Citing supply chain disruptions, changes in supply-and-demand patterns and a forecasted economic boom, a report published by Forbes is forecasting items such as toilet paper, beer, liquor and wine to cost you more.
The report comes as Proctor & Gamble, the parent company of Charmin and Bounty, announced plans of price hikes. P&G also plans to increase prices for other products such as diapers and tampons.
Kimberly-Clark had announced it will mark up prices for their prices for products such as Huggies, Cottonelle and Scott toilet paper.
Below is a list of other items that Forbes expects to cost you more:
- Used car
- Home gardening supplies
- New refrigerator