Bacon lovers are paying more for their favorite food.
A survey from the Wisconsin Farm Bureau shows prices jumped by 14 percent from last year.
Spokeswoman Amy Eckelberg says high demand and a decline in inventory are to blame.
Overall, the cost of 16 general items cost $49.66, and that’s up 1.3 percent from last year, and 1.4 percent from March.
Eckelberg says the cost of toasted oat cereal, eggs, and vegetable oil went up a bit. She says white milk, salad, and boneless chicken breasts went down a little.
She says Wisconsin shoppers pay $1.47 less than the national average for the same 16 items.