People From the U.S. and Other Countries Show How Much Groceries Cost Where They Live

According to a survey conducted by The Harris Poll, about 90% of Americans are concerned about food prices, and how could they not be when inflation is now the highest it's been in nearly 40 years. That means shoppers have to cut down on staples such as bread, meat, dairy, fruit and vegetables, or switch them for cheaper alternatives. To put inflation into perspective, people from all around the world are now sharing pictures of their grocery hauls, showing what money can buy you in these difficult times. Below are some of the most illuminating ones that shoppers have shared.


$35 Worth of Groceries In Brazil

$30 Worth of Groceries In Germany

$4.45 worth of produce in Argentina

$15 worth of groceries in Japan

$90 worth of groceries in USA

Just a reality check