LONDON, October 14 (Hfrance.fr) - Britain's 20-year frenzy over cheap food comes to an end as food price inflation could rise double digits due to a wave of soaring costs along the supply chain, Britain's largest chicken producer said. The food is too cheap, Ranjit Boparan, known as Chicken King and owner of the 2 Sisters group, was quoted by The Times newspaper. In relative terms, a chicken is cheaper to buy today than it was 20 years ago. How is it true that a whole chicken cost less than a pint of beer? You now see a different world where the customer pays more. He said that higher prices were inevitable due to inflationary pressures throughoutof the supply chain. Food prices rose 0.2% in annual terms in August, according to official price data at consumption, breaking a nine-month nth series of declines. Guy Faulconbridge report; edited by Sarah Young Our standards: Thomson Hfrance.fr's principles of trust.