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Survey: Bread prices in Greece second lowest in Eurozone

 

Bread prices in Greece are the second-lowest in the Eurozone, according to the findings of a survey commissioned by a national federation of bakeries in the country and the chamber representing SME manufacturers, - reports.

Based on a sample of 603 consumers between October 21 and 24, 2019 around the country, two-thirds of which were queried in the greater Athens area, bread in Greece is sold, on average, at 0.87 euros per kilo. Only Estonia had a lower median price, at 0.83 euros per kilo.

Source: naftemporiki

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