Specifically pg. 13 where it lists the items calculated to get the CPI.
1. Food at homeŚnonmeat staples
2. Food at homeŚmeat, poultry, fish
3. Food at homeŚfruits and vegetables
4. Other food at home, plus beverages (alcoholic and
5. Food away from home
6. Fuels and utilities
7. Household furnishings and operations
8. Apparel and upkeep
9. Transportation less motor fuel
10. Motor fuel
11. Medical care
12. Education and communication
13. Recreation and other commodities and services
There may be some adjusted CPI #'s you may be referring to. I'd take a glance around bls.gov to familiarize yourself with what our government does, their methodology, and what these numbers mean.
*Edit* Sorry for the USA centrism on this one. I don't know off hand any global calculations for inflation, nor how practical they'd be for any single person's living situation. For that matter a CPI for all of the USA would probably be entirely impractical for an individual as well. :)
To go further with that idea you can also just track your expenses and come up with a personal inflation rate by comparing your costs from year to year.