We’ve noticed lately, but are you familiar with “Shrinkflation”?
It means that we’re paying the same price (or even more) for products we’ve bought for years but the products keep shrinking.
Yeah, it’s a real bummer!
And here are 10 photos that prove it’s happening all over the world.
They finally did it: Corn flakes Family Size, ~21% smaller. from shrinkflation
Simply Lemonade (and many other juices) have gone from 64oz to 59oz to 52oz over the years while the price has remained the same or increased. from shrinkflation
Dove Soap Shrinks Again! from shrinkflation
New bounty paper towel on the left, old bounty on the right. Both packs bought at Costco. Width is smaller & the towel itself is thinner. from shrinkflation
It’s happening to everything and you have to read the fine print from shrinkflation
Cat food. Was $55 for 24, 5.8 oz cans. Now $62 for 24, 5.1 oz cans. That’s .7 oz. less per can, and $7 more per case. from shrinkflation
On the left, purchased last month 11.3oz for $4.98. On the right, purchased yesterday 9.6oz for $5.32. And the lid doesn’t fit properly on the new can, it won’t stay on. from shrinkflation
Aldi bake from frozen pain au chocolate. The ones on the left bought last month 🙁 from shrinkflation
Bought a bottle of Febreze for the first time in a few years, still had the old bottle. New one is 37.5% smaller. from shrinkflation