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The price of a Christmas basket has risen.  Have you calculated how much it will cost?  See here – Human Resources

The price of a Christmas basket has risen. Have you calculated how much it will cost? See here – Human Resources

A selection of food products for Christmas dinner could cost Portuguese households €79.93, €5.01 more than they did three months ago, representing a 6.69% increase, reveals a QuantoCosta analysis of the prices of 20 supermarket products, such as cod. And potatoes and potatoes. Eggs, olive oil, wine or sugar.

According to Price and Market Comparison calculations, which analyzed the average prices of this product list on December 18 and September 18 of this year, out of the twenty selected products, sixteen products increased in price.

The largest increases were seen in orange juice, from €1.05 to €1.35 (+28.57%), in white wine, from €4.11 to €5.01 (+21.82%), and in cabbage, from €0.99/kg to €1.19/kg. (+20.20%), in onions, from €1.66/kg to €1.99/kg (+20.08%), and in cod, from €10.99/kg to €12.49/kg (+13.65%).

“This increase in prices, especially in products that are absolutely essential on the table of Portuguese families during Christmas, has significant implications for the local budget, which has already suffered from inflation throughout the year. The Portuguese may be 'accustomed' to seeing prices rise every month, but it is essential that they continue to be very careful about the products and prices they choose,” warns Andre Duarte, Commercial Director at KuantoKusta.

For the aforementioned basket, 2 kg of large cod from Norway, 2 kg of turkey legs, 2 loaves of bread from Mafra, 2 kg of Savoie cabbage, 3 kg of new white potatoes, 1.5 kg of onions, chickpeas, Carolino rice were selected. . Eggs, extra virgin olive oil, cooking oil, butter, white wine, red wine, orange juice, semi-skimmed milk, white sugar, flour, chocolate and baking powder.

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