OCU reveals the foods that will increase in price this Christmas

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 CHRISTMAS COLLECTION PRICES |  OCU reveals the foods that will increase in price this Christmas

The inflation continue that the hero in the next few weeks. After the famous climb of price of olive oil and lamband with two weeks left until Christmas, OCU published a study to observe how prices have moved in recent months.

2021 and 2022 are already described in a increase in the price of typical Christmas products. And in a time like today, especially when the economy is tough, Many foods have changed their value.

Seven of sixteen The analyzed products have increased in their prices. “It’s about clams (23%), sea bream (11%), red cabbage (7%), turkey (6%), rveal edondo (5%), pineapple and Galician barnacles (1%)”, the OCU details on its website.

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There are two meals kept the same price: Iberian bait ham and baby lamb. However, it should be noted that there are seven other products that are cheaper than last year. “Sea bass and hake (-13%), the prawns (-12%), the pollarda (-7%), the oysters (-5%), pomegranate (-5%) and elvers (-1%)”, they added.

Despite the reduction of some products, their prices remain is at a historic highso this year it is necessary to plan dinners that are more expensive than usual.