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The farmers in Germany received slightly lower prices for their products in June.

Auf einer Obstbaumplantage in Brandenburg werden Kirschen geerntet. © Jens Kalaene/dpa On a fruit tree plantation in Brandenburg, cherries are harvested. According to the Federal Statistical Office,

was still significantly more expensive on average than a year ago, but at the same time 1.9 percent cheaper than in May. They rose by 33.9 percent last year.


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The price increase for plant products (+35.7 percent) is again due to cereal prices, as the Federal Office reported on Monday . In June 2022, the price increase for grain was 59.3 percent above the same month. However, the prices fell by 8.0 percent compared to the previous month. The prices for potatoes (+116.1 percent) were even more extreme in the year. Only the fruit was 11 percent cheaper than in June 2021.

High costs for energy and feed also drove prices for animal products. Milk was 44.9 percent more expensive on the first trade level than a year ago and eggs increased by 28.2 percent. For slaughter animals, farmers received 23.5 percent more, with the increase in poultry at 40 percent particularly high.

Petrol prices edge upwards across cities .
Motorists may have missed an opportunity to fill up cheaply, with many major cities at the top of their fuel cycles.Wholesale fuel prices dropped by 2.6 cents a litre last week, according to Australian Institute of Petroleum data.

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