There are still two weeks to the celebration of christmas Eve, but the prices of some products have already been fired. It is the case of the goose barnacles of galicia and of the eels, that have been raised to more than 90% on average compared to the same dates last year. A report by the Organization of Consumers and Users (OCU) shows that all the fish -except for the sea bass, seafood, fruits and vegetables have gone up in price over the past year. On the contrary, all the meats have registered declines, except the turkey, which rises in price.
The first traditional food on the tables of christmas that has been raised -a 99.7%-is the kilo of the galician goose barnacle, which you can buy now by 80,46 euros in comparison with the 40,30 euros recorded a year earlier. It follows the kilo of angulas, which is sold now for 1.145 euros compared to 600 euros last year, representing an increase of 90%. Below are the oysters (+29,6%), pineapple (+18.8%) and the sea bream (+18%).
On the contrary, the food that is most economical is the pularda, as it sells to 7,35 euro a kilo as opposed to the 9 euros of 2017. It was followed by the sea bass with a drop of 2.7% since it has moved from cost 10,75 € 10,46 euros today and the round of beef, which has fallen to 2.44% and you can buy it now for 13,66 euros per kilo.
The iberian ham bait at court records a fall in the price of the 1%, to stand at 66,51 € per kilo, in front of the 67,15 euro per kilo recorded in the past year.
These prices could continue to rise as Christmas approaches. Therefore, the OCU advises consumers to advance purchases or opt for the preparation of menus for alternative products that have a lower price.Translated from ABC News https://www.abc.es/economia/abci-angulas-mas-1100-euros-kilo-antes-comience-navidad-201812070304_noticia.html