Interactive infographic: 2015 Consumer price levels in the EU

Denmark is the most expensive Member State for food, clothing and footwear, with prices respectively 42% and 33% higher than the EU average.

At the other end of the scale, fruit, vegetables and potatoes are cheapest in Romania, where prices are 51% lower than the EU average.

These are among the findings of Eurostat’s data on consumer price levels in the EU in 2015 (available in French, English and German).

Accompanying the data is an interactive infographic (in English only) that enables users to compare the results for their country with those of another Member State.

The infographic allows for price comparisons in ten categories: alcoholic beverages; bread and cereals; cheese and eggs; clothing and footwear; fish; fruits, vegetables and potatoes; meat; milk and non-alcoholic beverages; oils and fats and tobacco.

Click on image below to access the infographic:

EU Price Levels