Grocery inflation over the last year is measured at 15.4%.
It's the highest level ever recorded, and higher than our nearest neighbour - the UK.
Despite Ireland priding itself on being a food producer and exporting large amounts of food - the prices of food here are skyrocketing.
Kantar shows shoppers spend almost €100 more on groceries this December than last, with the figures showing despite spending more - households got fewer products.
Irish shoppers spent €828,000 on cold and flu medication in supermarkets - as the country battled with a series of respiratory illnesses.
The figures show there was also €500,000 spent in December on vitamins.
The study suggests more people were hosting and cleaning their homes with almost €7m more spent on cleaning products last month than other Decembers.
A trend throughout the pandemic was consumers buying rolled turkeys for smaller gatherings.
However, 2022 saw a 35% increase in the purchase of whole turkeys which feed up to seven people.
Shoppers spent €119m more than previously - with sales hitting record-breaking levels.