I think they call that "shrinkflation". They are decreasing the quantity of the product while keeping the prices the same or still raising them. I read how some stores are making this known to customers with signs next to the product.
Even the butcher raised their prices. I bought 40 lbs of chicken breast today for $95 and it came with a little bit of shrinkflation too. When I got the case home, I had to trim a lot more fat off the chicken than normal, so not only did the price go up quite a bit, but I am getting less meat than before.
Meat prices at the grocery store have gotten ridiculous. I went in with my BIL last year and split a half side of beef. I'm going to do the same thing again this year. Was able to get several hundred pounds of beef at an average prince of about 4-4.5 dollars/pound, which is the cost of ground beef in my area. Steaks and roasts are well more than double that, in some cases, triple that.
Wtf McDonald's I got a double quarter pounder with cheese only. That's it just a burger, I had to stop at the window and tell them I did not want a meal. They said we know that's that's the price of the burger.