Brutal numbers: Hungary is the EU leader in food price rise again

Brutal numbers: Hungary is the EU leader in food price rise again

The European Union’s statistical office, the Eurostat, published today unbelievable numbers about the food price rise in Hungary. Without going into the details, we can say that Hungary is again at the top of the list of EU members struggling with the highest food price increase.


Compared to Hungary’s regional competitors the 45.2 percent Hungarian average looks even worse. In Slovakia, the price increase was “only” 26.8 percent in Slovakia and 21.8 percent in Romania, 444.hu wrote. What’s more, that figure is below 14 percent in Hungary’s Western neighbour, Austria. In Hungary, bread prices rose the most in the last year and reached 82.8 percent in October. That is twice as much as in the other EU member states. The Czech Republic is the nearest to the Hungarian data, but the bread price rise was only 35.4 percent there compared to October 2021.

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