Norway food prices of basic food products.
For most Europeans, prices in Norway are quite high. I do not know where you come from, so you have to compare yourself. To make it easier, I give prices in Norwegian kroner, Euro and US dollars.
Prices are rounded to help you understand prices better. Without getting lost in numbers.
Bread in my area costs from 14 to 60 NOK, that is from 1 to 6 Euro or 2-7 USD. If you are a fan of bread, I do not recommend the cheapest one. For the cheapest I say sawdust. Good bread is the more expensive. 🙁 If you need something in the style of bread, but you do not want to overpay, look around for Polarbrød – it’s this kind of bread.
Eggs – the bigger the package, the less expensive one egg gets. For example, 18 eggs can be bought for around 50 NOK – about 5 Euro or 6 USD. The purchase of 6 eggs is usually a price from NOK 20, that is from 2 Euro, 2 USD.
Butter, milk and oil cost around NOK 20 – 2 Euro, 2 USD.
Below the table with basic food products:
As you can see, meat and sausages are expensive, at least for me 🙂. People who go to Norway and can not live without meat, I recommend taking packaged cold cuts. I suggest to all the others rest from meat. In Norway, canned products are quite cheap. Inexpensive is beans, corn and tuna and canned mackerel. A can of good tuna in pieces costs 9 NOK or about 1 Euro, 1 USD.
Food prices in Norway are quite high, but you can survive by shopping with your head 🙂
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And where are you from and are prices in Norway higher or lower than in your country?