Market research company Circana reveals that the inhabitants of Great Britain spend the most on food of all countries in Europe. Prices for milk and cheese in particular have risen sharply since last year. Other products such as animal feed, detergent, baby food and diapers also became a lot more expensive compared to other European countries. The researcher examined sales figures in Great Britain, the Netherlands, Spain, France and Germany.
The London School of Economics previously calculated that the British spend at least €5 billion more on groceries than before leaving the EU in 2020. The cause is that the British have to import a relatively large amount of food. It is precisely these imports that have become more expensive since Brexit.