Pricing of oranges is high in Portugal due to import costs

Since the start of the war in Ukraine, Portuguese prices for oranges, carrots, broccoli and olive oil have increased by more than 50%. Due to the Russian invasion, the production costs of various foods increased due to the increase in the prices of energy, transport and some raw materials, which has had repercussions on everyone’s wallets.

The price of oranges, carrots, broccoli and olive oil alone saw consumer prices soar by more than 50%, according to calculations made by ECO, based on the Price Observatory. On the other hand, hake, tomatoes and courgettes have seen price drops.


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