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The Nordics have the most expensive prices on food and alcohol in Europe

Statistics from Eurostat measuring the price levels of food, beverages and tobacco show that the Nordic countries have the steepest food prices in Europe.

The price levels of alcoholic beverages in the Nordics compared to the European average are: Norway 250%, Iceland 226%, Finland 172%, Sweden 141%, Denmark 138%.

Alcohol is cheapest in the Republic of Macedonia 61%, Bulgaria 64% and Serbia 68%.

Source: Business Insider

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