You could soon be paying more for the candy and soda you love.
Higher shipping and raw materials prices are squeezing profit margins for companies like Coca Cola and Hershey's.
Coke said this week that shipping costs in North America have risen 20% from a year ago.
General Mills and Procter & Gamble are also dealing with slimming profit margins that could lead to a rise in prices for their goods.
The increased price of aluminum could also lead to a rise in prices for your favorite sodas and soft drinks. Is this just a necessary evil? Won't people pay the prices regardless?