Here is the complete quote from the Bureau of Labor Statistics on food inflation for January (bold highlights are by me):
The food index increased 0.5 percent in January (see chart below), and the food at home index rose 0.4 percent over the month. Four of the six major grocery store food group indexes increased over the month. The index for other food at home rose 0.7 percent in January. The index for meats, poultry, fish, and eggs increased 0.7 percent over the month, as the index for eggs rose 8.5 percent. The index for cereals and bakery products rose 1.0 percent over the month, while the index for nonalcoholic beverages increased 0.4 percent in January.
In contrast, the fruits and vegetables index fell 0.5 percent over the month with the fresh vegetables index declining 2.3 percent. The index for dairy and related products was unchanged in January.
The food away from home index rose 0.6 percent in January, after increasing 0.4 percent in December. The index for limited service meals increased 0.7 percent over the month and the index for full service meals increased 0.5 percent.
The food at home index rose 11.3 percent over the last 12 months. The index for cereals and bakery products rose 15.6 percent over the 12 months ending in January. The remaining major grocery store food groups posted increases ranging from 7.2 percent (fruits and vegetables) to 14.0 percent (dairy and related products).
The index for food away from home rose 8.2 percent over the last year. The index for full service meals rose 8.1 percent over the last 12 months, and the index for limited service meals rose 6.7 percent over the same period.