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Archive of food prices in Australia 2013

Grocery stores and supermarkets

Meat and fish per 1 kg

  • beef 4,8 USD = 7 AUD
  • pork 5,5 USD = 8 AUD
  • mutton 4,8 USD = 7 AUD
  • boiled sausage 6,9 USD = 10 AUD
  • ham 9,7 - 11,7 USD = 14 - 17 AUD
  • chicken 2,8 USD = 4 AUD
  • Turkey 6,9 USD = 10 AUD
  • chicken eggs - 12 pieces (700-800 grams) 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • fish fresh standing 9 USD = 13 AUD
  • fish (canned food) in the average cost 6,9 USD = 10 AUD per kg.

Prices for milk, bread and other products per 1 kg.

  • bread 1,4 - 1,7 USD = 2 - 2.5 AUD
  • green peas (tin) 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • beans (tin). 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • rice 0,83 USD = 1.2 AUD
  • macaroni 1,7 USD = 2.5 AUD
  • flour 1 USD = 1.5 AUD
  • sugar 0,69 USD = 1 AUD
  • honey 2,8 USD = 4 AUD
  • butter 2,8 USD = 4 AUD
  • sour cream 3,1 USD = 4.5 AUD
  • ricot (Adyghe cheese) 3,4 USD = 5 AUD
  • cottage cheese 4,1 USD = 6 AUD
  • cheese 5,2 USD = 7.5 AUD
  • ice cream 0,69 USD = 1 AUD
  • milk 0,90 USD = 1.3 AUD for a liter
  • olive oil 5,5 USD = 8 AUD
  • sunflower oil 2,1 USD = 3 AUD
  • juice (100%) 0,97 USD = 1.4 AUD
  • Coca-Cola 0,97 USD = 1.4 AUD
  • drinking water (without gas) 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • tea - 200 grams (100 bags) 2,8 USD = 4 AUD
  • chocolate 6,9 USD = 10 AUD
  • tomato paste 2,4 USD = 3.5 AUD
  • coffee beans 17,2 USD = 25 AUD

Vegetables and fruits per 1 kilogram

  • tomatoes 2,1 USD = 3 AUD
  • cucumbers 2,1 USD = 3 AUD
  • pepper (sweet) 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • potatoes 1,7 USD = 2.5 AUD
  • bow 1,7 USD = 2.5 AUD
  • garlic 2,8 USD = 4 AUD
  • cabbage 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • carrots 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • mushrooms (field mushroom) 4,8 USD = 7 AUD
  • bananas are 2,1 USD = 3 AUD
  • peaches 3,4 USD = 5 AUD
  • grapes 1,7 USD = 2.5 AUD
  • apples 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • lemons 4,1 USD = 6 AUD
  • oranges 1 USD = 1.5 AUD

Examles of prices in a restaurant or bar

  • Dinner in chinese restaurant from 10,3 - 17,2 USD = 15 - 25 AUD per person
  • Bottle of Australian wine is from 4,1 USD = 6 AUD
  • beer costs 1 USD = 1.5 AUD
  • Cocktail from 6,2 USD = 9 AUD

Household items at a store

  • washing powder 2,1 USD = 3 AUD per kilogram
  • toilet paper costs 3,4 USD = 5 AUD (8 rolls)
  • dishwashing 1,7 USD = 2.5 AUD per liter
  • napkins (100 pieces) 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • soap (500 grams) 1,4 USD = 2 AUD
  • toothpaste 2,1 USD = 3 AUD for the average tube

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    Ricardo 2022-04-16
    What is the price for junk food like Takis chips

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    Mark 2021-09-14
    ZAR 10/kg for peach

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    مازن 2021-06-01
    كم يبلغ سعر كيلو الكرز الأحمر في استراليا

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    Mohamed Afzar 2020-12-30
    Do you have anything job

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    australia government 2022-03-16
    no

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    Mohamed Afzar 2020-12-30
    Srilankan same price

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    Peterson D 2020-12-13
    Seems like most of the prices are off by a far bit. A lot of things on here are over priced. May have found expensive stores? I can’t see many of the thing I buy at my local store being anywhere near those prices.

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    Michael 2020-08-08
    Definitely not true. We have universal health care that covers everyone, regardless if you are employed or not. Employers do NOT pay health insurance for their employees as its paid for by the federal government.

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    Scott Morrison 2022-03-16
    Shut up dumb bitch i hate you

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    Patrick Togara 2020-05-03
    Please provide prices of basics such as mealie meal, corn meal, rice those that equate to the Zimbabwean basics

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    CHARLES 2019-10-10
    With this break down think grocery are not too high in Australia compare to here in UAE, though Dubai don't cultivate anything apart from vegetable and date. But Indian grocery store all over UAE are another mean of cheaper groceries.

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