Research conducted by Eurostat has revealed that there were major price disparities in selected foods and non-alcoholic beverages during 2012 across the EU, with Denmark being more than twice as expensive as Poland.
At 143% over the EU average, Denmark had the highest prices for foods that included: bread and cereals, meat, milk cheese and eggs, and the non-alcoholic drinks categories.
They were joined by other Scandinavian countries Sweden , who were 124% over the EU average, and ...
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