Tuesday, 11 December 2012

So true

Sweden is the third most expensive nation in Europe when it comes to buying food, according to new figures from Statistics Sweden. Only neighbours Norway and Denmark are more expensive.

In Sweden food prices are 20 per cent more than the EU average. Fruit and vegetables are particularly expensive, while prices for fish, milk, cheese and eggs are similar to the EU average.

Norway topped the list for everything except fish, while the cheapest food is found in Bulgaria.

Norway also topped the alcohol list with prices 166 per cent above the EU average. Sweden came in fourth, 57 per cent above the EU average.

The cheapest alcohol is found in Bulgaria, Romania and Spain.

Link: www.goteborgdaily.se

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