Statens Jordbruksverk
Sveriges officiella statistik - Statistiska meddelanden
Prisindex och priser inom livsmedelsområdet

JO 49 SM 0309

 

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Summary

Input Price Index has increased with 2,3 % between August 2002 and August 2003. Animal feedingstuffs is the only single post which have decreased during the period (-6,1 %), all other posts have increased. Fertilizers, soil improvers is the single post with the highest increase (11,8 %) during the period.

Output Price Index has decreased with 0,5 % between August 2002 and August 2003. This can mainly be explained by the prices for pigs, poultry and potatoes which have decreased.

Price index for the Food Industry, food from price regulated agricultural products (PPI-J), and Consumer Price Index, food from price regulated agricultural products (KPI-J), have increased with 1,6 % and 1,4 % between August 2002 and August 2003. The increase of KPI-J is 0,3 percent unit lower than the general development of consumer prices, calculated with CPI (Consumer Price Index).

Between June 2002 and June 2003 the Swedish prices for means of production I average have increased with 1,1 %. In EU-15 the corresponding index increased with 0,4 %. The output prices during the same period have decreased with 1,4 % in Sweden and increased with 3,2 % in EU-15.

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Explanation of symbols

1. Price Indices in the Food Sector.

2. Input Price Index.

3. Output Price Index.

4. Price Index for the Food Industry, food from price regulated agricultural products.

5. Consumer Price Index, food from price regulated agricultural products.1

6. Input Price Index for the EU market.

7. Output Price Index for the EU market.

8. Price trends for certain means of production (elementary indices from Input Price Index).

9. Producer prices for crop products (SEK per 100 kg).

10. Producer prices for animal products (SEK per 100 kg).

11. Mean producer prices for slaughtered livestock (SEK per 100 kg).