The Consumer Price Index (CPI) released earlier this month showed a 0.2 percent increase in June after increasing 0.1 percent in May. Over the last 12 months, all items index increased three percent before seasonal adjustment.

The food index increased 0.1 percent in June after increasing 0.2 percent the previous month. The index for food at home was unchanged over the month while food away from home rose 0.4 percent in June.

The index for meats, poultry, fish, and eggs decreased 0.4 percent in June, as the index for eggs fell 7.3 percent over the month after also falling sharply in May. This category also declined 0.2 percent over the year.

Chicken, in particular, increased 0.6 percent since May and decreased 0.1 percent over the last year.

The energy index rose 0.6 percent in June after falling 3.6 percent in May. The gasoline index increased 0.1 percent in June, following a 5.6 percent decrease in the previous month. The energy index fell 16.7 percent over the past 12 months. The gasoline index decreased 26.5 percent over the last 12 months, while natural gas fell 18.6 percent. The fuel oil index fell 36.6 percent over the 12 month span as well.  The electricity index was the only category to rise over this period, increasing 5.4 percent over the last year.

The full CPI report can be found here.