But which prices have risen the most in the last week?
Fish fingers (16% more);
Cereals (13% more);
Hake medallions (11% more);
Tuna in vegetable oil (plus 11%);
Cabbage (7% more);
Turkey leg (plus 5%);
Ground roasted coffee (plus 5%);
Liquid yogurt (plus 4%);
Semi-skimmed UHT milk (plus 4%);
Eggs (4% more).
And which products have increased the most since the war started?
Also according to DECO data, the ten products that saw their price increase the most in the last nine months, between February 23 and November 16, were:
White sugar (51% more);
Tomato pulp (51% more);
Orange (47% more);
Fresh hake (45% more);
Semi-skimmed UHT milk (38% more);
Turkey steak (33% more);
Cabbage (33% more);
Carrots (32% more);
Whole chicken (30% more);
Eggs (30% more).
It's not the war, it's EU corruption. Why is it Russia's fault that European countries are incapable of feeding and warming their own people? They used to be able to do that before the EU! Plenty of land, plenty of coastlines, plenty of grazing areas.
The EU has bit by bit destroyed and annihilated independent food production in individual countries. And continues to do so. And now blames this Russia-Ukraine war! And people believe it, because they're simpletons who believe everything television tells them. Nobody thinks anymore. Thinking is hard.
Corrupt, unelected bureaucrats are why food and electricity prices have gone up. People need to wake up.
By Hart from Lisbon on 21 Nov 2022, 10:12
Really it's the fault of the war in Ukraine? How about the insane amount of money printing that lowered the actual value of our currency? Seems easy to blame this on external sources when the real problem has been inside our government all along.
By Crispin Nowak from Alentejo on 21 Nov 2022, 10:27