Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20180817-1, published on 17-Aug-2018

In 2017, Luxembourg had the highest prices for meat (more than 41% higher than the EU average). Austria was next highest (around 39% over the EU average). Poland was the least expensive country for meat (around 43% lower than the EU average), followed by Bulgaria (around 42% lower). Data source

Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20180510-1, published on 10-May-2018

(various types of processed goods deriving from vegetable and animal products such as sugar, beverages, tobacco and prepared animal fodder) and animal products (live animals, meat, fish, crustaceans, dairy produce, eggs, honey etc.). Foodstuffs made up 56 % of EU exports of agricultural products in 2017

Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20181219-1, published on 19-Dec-2018

capital.   Farm production presents the most recent data on many of the EU's agricultural products, both in terms of output and prices. This is done for crops, livestock and meat, as well as milk.   Performance of the agricultural sector covers the economic developments within

Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20180424-1, published on 24-Apr-2018

that they cannot afford at least four of the following items, which are considered by most people to be desirable or necessary to lead an adequate life: pay their bills on time; keep their home adequately warm; face unexpected expenses; eat meat (or fish or the vegetarian equivalent) regularly

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-FK-18-001, published on 19-Dec-2018

15 Introduction 16 2.1 Farms and farmland in the European Union (EU) 18 2.2 Farmers and the agricultural labour force 24 2.3 Agricultural capital and land values 28 Data sources and availability 32 3. Farm production 33 Introduction 34 3.1 Crops 36 3.2 Livestock and meat 50 3.3 Milk 57 Data sources

News releases , Product code: 1-17072018-AP, published on 17-Jul-2018

) to keep home adequately warm, 3) to face unexpected expenses, 4) to eat meat, fish or a protein equivalent every second day, 5) a one week holiday away from home, 6) a car, 7) a washing machine, 8) a colour TV, or 9) a telephone (including mobile phone). People living in households with very low work

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EX-18-001, published on 11-Jul-2018

/product?code=apro_cpnh1&mode=view&language=EN http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/product?code=demo_gind&mode=view&language=EN 8 Agriculture, forestry and fisheries The EU in the world 2018 edition96 Table 8.2: Meat and milk production, 2016 (thousand tonnes) Total meat production of which: Milk

News releases , Product code: 2-20062018-AP, published on 20-Jun-2018

institutions, for instance, government education services or healthcare. Furthermore, the HFCE does not include purchase of housing. The following subcategories are shown in this News Release: Subcategories Include Food non-alcoholic beverages Bread and cereals, meat, fish, milk, cheese, eggs, oils

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EI-18-101, published on 14-Nov-2018

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