A few days ago, all supermarkets in Germany increased the prices for coffee, sausage and pasta. It is becoming increasingly difficult for families to shop cheaply during the week.
Prices in German supermarkets have been rising massively since March. There is hardly a staple food that has not been caught up in the price wave.
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Pasta, milk, coffee and butter almost 20 percent more expensive
Consumers have to dig deep into their pockets, especially for rice, pasta, coffee, butter and milk. The price of rice rose 25 percent and chips also rose 33 percent. 27% increase in toilet paper price
This is how prices developed between March and August 2022:
- Roasted coffee (floor, light) from 3.99 euros to 4.99 euros.
- Roasted Corn Meals (roasted, 500 grams) from 1.09 euros to 1.39 euros.
- Muesli (whole grain, one kilogram) from 1.09 euros to 1.39 euros.
- jam (Sour cherries, 450 g jar) From 1.19 euros to 1.39 euros.
- spaghetti (500 grams) again from 0.75 euros to 0.89 euros.
- butter (250 grams) then from 1.99 euros to 2.29 euros.
- milk (1 liter, 3.5 percent fat content) from 0.88 euros to 1.09 euros.
- pasta (penny, 500 grams) from 0.75 euros to 0.89 euros.
- Pure water (medium, 1.5 liters) from 0.19 euros to 0.25 euros.
- Cheese (Maasdammer, 300 grams) from 1.99 euros to now 2.49 euros.
- tea (mint, 25 bags) From then 0.59 euros to now 0.65 euros.
- rice (Basmati, one kilogram) now costs 2.49 euros instead of 1.99 euros back then.
- crisp (paprika, 300 grams) from EUR 0.89 back then to EUR 1.19 now.
- Toilet paper (three layers, ten rolls) from 2.95 euros to now 3.75 euros.
How can I save when shopping?
It is becoming increasingly difficult for consumers to save when shopping. Prices are rising almost everywhere. It does not matter whether it is a branded product or an unnamed item.
FocusOnline says: Special and weekly offers remain an important building block for Aldi Süd, Aldi Nord, Lidl, Rewe, Edeka, Hit and Co.
Look in the brochures and pay attention to the billboards in the branches. Coupons and vouchers can also make weekly purchases cheaper. We list suitable offers for you here. How to save at the supermarket: With simple tips, you can immediately save 140 euros a month in the supermarket – at Aldi, Lidl, Rewe or Edeka