Supermarket employees feared the hairy hitchhiker might be a deadly Brazilian wandering "banana" spider".
"The price of a 16-pound whole frozen turkey has increased by over 40 percent since last year," Wallethub analyst Jill Gonzalez told Newsweek.
A massive swing among one particular demographic should be alarming to Democrats.
"Try going to her house and taking all her food, if she complains remind her that it's no big deal," one Redditor wrote.
"You need to have an honest conversation with your husband regarding the extreme budgeting and to understand if there are hidden financial issues."
We're providing items people asked for; meat, milk, and fresh produce. We have salads, fresh fruit, vegetables and bakery items.
In a video, the U.S. Senate candidate for Pennsylvania said he was shopping for crudité items at a "Wegners" store.
"They're purposefully marking up prices," said Brenna. "They're not telling you because most people are not going to check that when they're checking out."
"If you are on a budget, you gotta take care of yourself," said David McCarty, who lives in Chula Vista, California, according to News Nation.
The trend was started by GOP Representative Jim Jordan, who tweeted about "Real Americans" not caring about the provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act.
"I'm aghast at the food you're willing to waste. Awful." one user said.
As the world sees heat waves affecting crop production, global food prices could be driven up even further.
Some felt he should be "thankful" to his wife but others viewed it as encouraging "the hapless husband trope."
The temporary initiatives are set to begin on July 1, with the grocery relief due to last for a year and the gas relief to remain in place for six months.
"When I saw the bill I definitely felt that America is getting way too expensive," one shopper vented.
"Guys, this is not going away," farmer Holly Weilnau said. "Stop sticking your head in the sand and thinking, 'Oh, it's going to be okay.'"
Tesia Britt was unpacking a grocery delivery with her 3-year-old daughter when, she said, she found a used crack pipe next to a package of pineapple juice.
While some viewers called the story "sad" and "heartbreaking," others were skeptical about cereal constituting the most affordable diet.
"In NYC, Trader Joe's is definitely cheaper than other grocery stores," one viewer commented.
Shanghai prepares to go into its first citywide lockdown since COVID-19 began.
People can fill up a shopping cart with $50 of food for $4 and come up to three times a week.
Redback spiders are among the most poisonous arachnids on Earth and are relatives of black widow spiders.
Consumer spending continued to surge in Year Two of the pandemic but there were some shifts in what Americans chose to buy.
Rising costs of groceries could hurt Democrats in the midterm elections, where they have to defend slim majorities in the House and Senate.
The Illinois Family Relief Plan would save families an estimated $1 billion dollars, but the suspended grocery tax would cost local governments $360 million.
"Can't leave the building, and it's getting more and more difficult to buy food online," one Xi'an resident said in a post on the social media platform Weibo.
Xi'an's lockdown is the strictest of a major Chinese city since the one imposed in Wuhan at the onset of the pandemic, with even grocery trips prohibited.
According to a police statement, the driver has been identified and will likely face charges "in the near future."
"$25 for cheese," wrote one stunned commenter regarding the high grocery prices. "I think I'd just buy a cow."