In April a liter of vodka with 40 percent of alcohol per volume cost $8.04 in Latvia, $7.34 in Estonia and $6.39 in Lithuania.
Beef prices were also the highest in Latvia in April. Beef cost $2.35 per kilogram in Latvia, while in Estonia and Lithuania the prices were $1.96 and $1.83 respectively.
However, Latvian pork was the cheapest as compared to the other Baltic states. This April a kilogram of pork cost $2.43 in Latvia, $2.48 in Lithuania and $2.51 in Estonia.
Chicken was the cheapest in Estonia where it cost $2.11 per kilogram. In Lithuania a kilogram of chicken cost $2.33 and in Latvia $2.35.
In April butter prices in Latvia were the highest. A kilogram of butter cost $2.96 in Latvia, $2.51 in Lithuania and $2.34 in Estonia.
According to the statistics office, Lithuania had the most expensive milk in the Baltics this April. Milk with 2.5 percent fat contents cost $0.41 per liter in Lithuania, $0.37 in Latvia and $0.36 in Estonia.
Egg prices were the highest in Latvia. Ten eggs cost $1.02 in Latvia while in Estonia and Lithuania the prices were $0.80 and $0.63 respectively.
Latvia also had the most expensive rye bread costing $0.67 per kilogram while in Estonia the price was $0.64 and in Lithuanian $0.55. At the same time, wheat bread cost more in Estonia at $0.91 per kilogram as compared to $0.85 in Latvia and $0.74 in Lithuania.
In April a kilogram of sugar cost $0.89 in Latvia, more than double the price of sugar in Estonia, where it cost $0.39. In Lithuania sugar cost $0.78 per kilogram.
Potatoes were the most expensive in Estonia costing 0.19 per kilogram as compared to $0.18 in both Latvia and Lithuania.