Grocery prices are insane. Anyone who has bought any food over the past few years knows that prices have sky rocketed. Back in May experts pegged the increase since 2020 at more than 25 percent.

But many across social media have found a little trick that is telling a much more scary tale.

This TikTok user, @sewerlidd, had a 45 item order from his Walmart online account back in 2022, an order that was a months worth of groceries for him and him alone he says, costing him $126.67 back in 2022.

The online ordering system allowed him to "re-order" the 45 items, but of course the only difference is that he got today's pricing.

His re-order went from $126.67 back in 2022 to a whopping $414.39 for today. Same 45 items less than 2 years apart now costing $287.72 more. An increase of more than 300 percent.

Check out the video for yourself, but please note the strong language at the end of the video as the man tries to wrap his mind around the increase.

He isn't alone as more people are going back into their order history and seeing how much of an increase they are getting hit with at the store. Some were posting their price hikes over past orders.

This person used a different retailer and found out that every single item from their order 2 years ago had risen with today's prices.

So if you have ordered groceries online in the past, there could be a very easy way for you to find out how much more you are paying at the checkout, but it may not be good for your health.

Wood is host of the 'Taste of Country Mornings with Wood and Nicole' that can be heard every morning from 6-10am CST on the 'Taste of Country' app, on local affiliates where available and online at tasteofcountry.com.

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