Bakers expect higher bread prices
The rise of flour prices and the worsening of the forint could drive up the prices of bread by an estimated 30% this fall, the head of the Association of Hungarian Bakers told Hungarian business daily Napi Gazdaság.
Higher prices are expected to be introduced by the end of August following the negotiations of bakers and shop owners.
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