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Prices for eggs, bread, fresh fruits and vegetables, still up from last month

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Roben Farzad, host of NPR's business and culture program "Full Disclosure," explains why the prices of eggs, bread, fresh fruits and vegetables, among other items, increased from last month, even though the new inflation report shows better-than-expected overall results.