Market forces have increased supermarket costs by 13% over the past year, while restaurant price increases have gone up roughly half that. Clark shares how it can actually be more cost effective to eat out at times. Also, there's been public backlash against airlines shrinking seat size and now there's an FAA comment period as to whether they should regulate how much space passengers get. Clark weighs in, factoring in designer safety & comfort innovations.
- Food Inflation-Supermarkets vs. Restaurants: Segment 1
- Ask Clark: Segment 2
- Airline Seat Size & Innovation: Segment 3
- Ask Clark: Segment 4
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