Store Prices in Poland up Sharply in October
According to an analysis of the price listings of nearly 41,000 stores in Poland, everyday purchases in October were more expensive on average by more than 26% year-on-year.
Increases can be seen in all twelve categories surveyed, with each - at double-digit levels.
Once again, fat products went up the hardest, this time by almost 49%.
In second place are loose products, which became more than 37% more expensive.
The top three of the list also show meat with an increase of nearly 32%.
On the other hand, food additives and non-alcoholic beverages saw the smallest jumps - up more than 14% and less than 15% year-on-year, respectively.
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