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Portion sizes shrink in aging Japan as 'real' food prices rise

Consumers pay 11% more by weight for ingredients as household members decline

The weight of food products in Japan is shrinking while their prices go up. (Source photo by Reuters)

TOKYO -- Food prices in Japan are increasing more than consumers realize.

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