Parents are noticing as they go back to school shopping, things are more expensive and there are far less sales.
The National Retail Federation thinks families will spent around $60 more dollars on back to school items this year compared to last year.
Assistant professor of supply and demand at RIT, Steven Carnovale, says demand, supply and inflation are all raising prices.
Issues that happened in the supply chain 18 months ago at the start of the pandemic have had rippling effects.
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