Eurostat has created a tool for monitoring food prices. It allows you to evaluate price fluctuations in different countries and compare them to other known indicators.
Germany was the record holder for food price growth this year. On average, food prices rose by 20.8% in November compared to the same period last year. At the same time, in the EU, growth was about 18.3%, and in Luxembourg around 10.8% generally.
Meat in Germany has become more expensive by 19.8% over the year, in the European Union - by 17% and in Luxembourg - by 12%. Prices for milk, eggs, bread and cereals also rose sharply. France and, again, Luxembourg suffered the least from this.
But the prices for fruit have not changed much. Yes, there is an increase due to inflation and supply disruptions, but in percentage terms it's just not that high. Luxembourg even showed price declines from February to July.