High Inflation Hits Local Restaurants

 High Inflation Hits Local Restaurants

The average inflation throughout Mexico hit 7.72 percent during the first two weeks in April, the highest in 21 years. Staples like food, fuel and the cost of traveling are the highest. Tomatoes are up 16.65 %, serrano peppers up 15.16%. The cost of avocados and lemons are sky rocketing and are affecting the cost of our beloved guacamole and margaritas. Most affected are the restaurants not around touristy areas in Los Cabos, so please go off the beaten path and help a Mexican restaurant.