The country with the most expensive products


This is a very popular destination for tourists, especially Barcelona and Madrid. Visitors to these major tourist cities always pay more because of supply and demand. However, in other areas of the country, local residents can eat during the day, bought a baguette and a bottle of Sangria for only$ 2. But there are certain foods that are much more expensive here than in other countries. For example, a loaf of bread can cost around 6.25$, or a kilogram of white rice, which is sold for$ 7. This is the most expensive prices among the largest developed countries.



During his trips to Paris, most people rarely save, as this dream — journey of life. Tourists who are limited in cash, you can order the dish of the day in the bistro next to the hotel, and buy a not too expensive wine. They will save money to see breathtaking sights throughout France. But the most basic foods are still quite expensive. For example, the price of chicken is$ 12 per kilogram, and beef in Paris is 22$. Local residents spend a minimum of 336$ a month on food, which is higher than the minimum of the United States 267$ per month.


Belgium For many travelers, Belgium is a much more attractive country in Europe, compared to Britain, Italy, or Spain, because it is located in the center and much less populated. There is no shortage of great food and food, so be sure to try the Belgian fries with Mayo memorable. The guests are not in danger of thirst, with more than 400 varieties of Belgian beer. Fast food in Belgium is more expensive and a side of fries will cost you about 4$. Local residents spend an average of$ 60 a week in groceries, mostly because of beef$ 12 and$ 4 for a dozen eggs. It should be noted that gasoline cost almost 2 Euros, a trip to the market is another considerable item of the budget.


In the UK life is also not cheap. But in London the price of food is much more expensive, as you have to pay almost$ 2.50 a pound of potatoes and 5.28$ for a dozen eggs. Well, chicken — not a luxury in this beautiful country. However, many English people earn enough to anything does not deny.


Petrol in Kuwait is just funny money, with an average of about 20 cents. But don't think that coming here You will be able to save much. The food and the food here is not cheap. Bunch of lettuce, for example, sold for more than 4.50$. Eggs, meat and other products will also be not cheap.


Depending on the part of Canada in which You reside, prices for some food products may rise just to insane levels. There are some arguments "for" living in the cold Northern parts of Canada is a huge, spacious, nature and air. But the downside will be the prices: cabbage$ 28 and chicken$ 14 per kilogram. Of course, in other parts of the country prices are much more affordable, with a liter of milk for$ 1, but the outrageously high prices faraway land doing higher numbers much larger.



Germany experienced a flood in 2013, which forced food prices to soar even higher than in many other countries around the world. A bad harvest increased the food prices by 5% compared to the level they were a year ago. For many residents this was a very unpleasant news, as prices for some products in the country and so was above average. Particularly worth mentioning is the chicken, rice, bread and some drinks ($4.00 for a 2 liter of Coke).


Taiwan guests can enjoy its traditional Western for about the same price as in their hometowns. A can of coke on average is about 0.60$, big Mac 2.55$ and a large coffee with whipped cream Starbucks 3.06$. The people of Taiwan pay quite a lot of money for beef sold on average for 11.50$ and a liter of milk, which cost more than 2$. It is not surprising that the most common food among the locals — chicken ($4 per kg), potatoes (2.00$ per kilogram) and rice (2.00$).

South Africa

The food prices have become so high in South Africa that even has caused unrest among local residents. It is very difficult for the government to justify food expenses, which have risen by 49% in just five years. The bread has risen by 69% during this period, while meat has increased by 40%. South Africa is really in a terrible situation because the wage worker is negligible, and very soon you may need the intervention of the UN.


Moscow is in the list as a separate item, as it is a city where prices for some products may differ by several orders of magnitude from those in Russia on average. However, there is a large Megamarket where you can buy products is quite beneficial in this case, nor in denying themselves nothing. But if You decide to go into the restaurant be prepared to pay a decent amount.


P. S. And remember, only by changing their consumption — together we change the world! ©



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