Home News Egg prices in the EU increase by 30% over one year

Egg prices in the EU increase by 30% over one year


Food prices have increased substantially over 2022. One of the food products with the highest price increase is eggs. Data for January 2023 show that the price of eggs in the EU was, on average, 30% higher than in January 2022.

Line graph: Inflation rate for eggs in the EU in %, annual rate of change

Much smaller price increases were recorded in January 2022 compared with January 2021 (+7%) and in January 2021 compared with the pre-COVID-19 month of January 2020 (+1%).

Bar graph: Inflation rate for eggs in January 2023 in %, annual rate of change

Among the EU countries, the highest increase in annual inflation for eggs was recorded in Czechia (+85% in January 2023 compared with January 2022), followed by Hungary (+80%) and Slovakia (+79%). Smaller but still substantial increases were recorded in Germany and Luxembourg (both +18%), and Austria (+19%).

Source: TurkStat
Legal Notice: The information in this article is intended for information purposes only. It is not intended for professional information purposes specific to a person or an institution. Every institution has different requirements because of its own circumstances even though they bear a resemblance to each other. Consequently, it is your interest to consult on an expert before taking a decision based on information stated in this article and putting into practice. Neither MuhasebeNews nor related person or institutions are not responsible for any damages or losses that might occur in consequence of the use of the information in this article by private or formal, real or legal person and institutions.

Previous articleIndustrial production in Türkiye increased by 4.5% annually
Next articleOECD inflation edges down to 9.2% in January 2023, as energy inflation slows


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here