Christmas alarm, the shortage of raw materials pushes the prices of food, fuel and energy


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Taking this situation into account and assuming a prudent estimate of price increases, according to Codacons, families would find themselves spending about 99 million euros more than in 2019. The expenditure would be 900 million for fish, meat and cured meats (+ 2.5%), 430 for wine and drinks (+ 1.5%), 480 for vegetables, fresh and dried fruit (+ 2.7%); 300 for pandoro, panettone and leavened cakes (+10); 330 for pasta and bread (+ 10%)


Christmas alarm shortage raw materials pushes prices food fuel energy

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