A month ago I went to Taco Bell and noticed a taco costs 20 cents more 2 week ago I went to Starbucks and the price of "tall" (12oz) coffee is now $2.59, up from $1.99 in December of 2018. Yesterday I noticed Wendy's value menu is also up by 20~30 cents. Anyone else see this? Fast food joints are easiest to see price increases over time. Come to think of it, the last round of iPhone's came out with the China tariffs. Granted the iPhone was exempt but I wonder if Apple was already considering this may happen?