Pizza: Economic Indicator

Ailing Ecomony Hits Pizza
March 02, 2008, 7:13 a.m. PT
CBS 5’s Don Knapp boils down the declining economy and how it impacts even the price of a piece of pizza.

That’s an interesting video report with some hair-raising price increase information I didn’t know.

A few months ago, I lost one of the places I sometimes eat. A pizza place on Seventh Avenue in Manhattan that specialized in one dollar slices. They jumped to $1.50!

My local place, their price went from $1.50 to $1.75.

I’ve heard people in Manhattan complaining about two dollar slices!

What does pizza cost where you live?

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One Comment on “Pizza: Economic Indicator”

  1. tom Says:

    I believe we will see $50.00 large Pizza’s in the near future. Smaller places will either go out of business, or form cartels in order to purchase supplies in bulk at chain prices.

    If you can’t live without something, you better buy and store lots of it now, while you can and before it is gone at cheap prices. Toilet tissue comes to mind.

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