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Published: 15 February 2022

Prices of cereals record high

In the last quarter of 2021, producer prices for agricultural products rose by 12.3 per cent from the corresponding quarter of the year before. The prices of vegetable products rose by 17.7 per cent. This was almost entirely due to 55 per cent higher prices of cereals. The prices of meat and animal products went up by nine per cent. The prices of animal products rose mainly due to the recovery from the corona slump of the price of furskins that already started at the beginning of 2021. These data derive from Statistics Finland's most recent index of producer prices of agricultural products. The index describes how much the prices of agricultural products have changed from 2015.

Index of producer prices of agricultural products 2015=100, q1/2010–q4/2021

Index of producer prices of agricultural products 2015=100, q1/2010–q4/2021

Index of producer prices of agricultural products 2015=100, 4th quarter 2021

Index 2015=100 Index point IV/2021 1) Quarterly change, % 1) Yearly change, % 1)
Total index 114,4 6,2 12,3
Agricultural goods output excl. fur skin 116,5 7,2 9,1
Crop output 135,9 13,4 17,7
Animal output 103,5 1,8 9,0
1) Year 2021 is provisional until 2nd quarter 2022 will be published

Source: Index of producer prices of agricultural products 2015=100. Statistics Finland

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Index of producer prices of agricultural products [e-publication].
ISSN=2814-4694. 4th quarter 2021. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 7.12.2022].
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