Cereals rose the most by 24.7 percent, industrial plants by 24.6 percent, as well as cattle and poultry by 22.6 percent.
Fruit is cheaper by less than 28% and it is the only product in the field of agriculture and fisheries that has become cheaper in this period.
Compared to the month before, those prices are higher by 0.5 percent, and if you look at the whole year, the prices during 2021, compared to the year before, are higher by 20.8 percent.
In that period, the largest increase in prices was recorded in fruits, which rose by 50.3 percent, industrial plants were more expensive by 46.1 percent, and cereals by 26.8 percent.
The only two categories that have become cheaper if we look at last year are pigs, which were five percent cheaper during 2021, while fishery products became less than two percent cheaper.