Turkey or capon? This year, the choice of the main dish at the Christmas table is likely to be influenced less by individual tastes than by inflation. While food products saw a price increase of nearly 12% in November 2022, typical end-of-year dishes should not be spared. In the columns of Le Parisien, Emily Mayer, retail expert for IRI, sounds the alarm: “Milk, cream, sugar, eggs, not to mention the cost of freezing, all items are on fire”.
“All in all, the inflation of the Christmas meal will not necessarily be higher than that of the average food product. The difference is that the face value of foie gras or salmon, namely their price in absolute terms, is much higher”, continues the specialist. But what are the foods or drinks that will cost you much more this year? In our slideshow below, discover the list of typical Christmas foodstuffs most affected by inflation… As well as those which, on the contrary, are experiencing a lower price increase.
If the follies are less permitted this year, out of the question to ignore the pleasure of a good meal shared with the family. A few tips and best practices will allow you to delight your loved ones while saving: