Price of basic food in Manaus and is reduced in R $ 384, points Dieese

It was the only recorded reduction in the country, according to research. Bean (27,33%) It was the product with the highest high.
07/07/2016 16h20 - Updated 8/07/2016 15h15
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The cost of the basic basket in Manaus in June decreased compared to May this year being R $ 384, according to research of the Inter-Union Department of Statistics and Socioeconomic Studies (Diesse), released on Wednesday (6). It was the only recorded reduction in the country. Bean was the product with the highest high.

With the low in price, Manaus now occupies the 19th place in the ranking of baskets, between the 27 where capital is held.

According to the Diesse, the basket price, composed by 12 products, dropped down 0,54% for the month of May. In the previous month the set of essential food items cost R $ 386,08. In June 2015 the basic food basket cost $ 352,35.
In the capital of Amazonas, five products showed high and seven had fall in their prices.

Beans (27,33%) It was the product with the highest high in the month followed by butter (10,02%), meat (0,95%), do café (0,92%) and milk (0,30%). A banana (-10,81%) It was the product with the highest fall in the month followed by tomato (-5,33%), flour (-3,81%), sugar (-3,39%), oil (-2,84%), bread (-2,05%) and rice (-1,04%).

In June, the cost of the set of staples increased 26 the 27 capital of Brazil. The largest increases occurred in Florianopolis (10,13%), Goiânia (9,40%), Aracaju (9,25%) and Porto Velho (8,15%). The only decrease occurred in Manaus, -0,54%.

São Paulo was the capital which recorded the biggest cost to the basket (R$ 469,02), followed by Porto Alegre (R$ 465,03) and Florianopolis (R$ 463,24). The lowest average values ​​were observed in Christmas (R$ 352,12) and Rio Branco (R$ 358,88).

Between January and June 2016, all cities have accumulated high. The largest variations were observed in Goiânia (25,59%), Aracaju (23,22%) and Bethlehem (19,13%). Smaller increases occurred in Manaus (4,41%), Curitiba (6,31%) and Florianopolis (9,24%).

Source: G1

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