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FAO indices
World Prices

136 pts

The FAO Food Price Index of the month of September 2022 reached the 136 points, which meant a decline of -1.16% in relation to previous mensual index of August, that was 137.6 points (-1.6 pts), and was placed a -5.33% under the annual average of 143.65 points recorded (-7.65 pts).

The highest monthly value achieved throughout the year of 159.7 points was 17.43% higgher than the selected month (+23.7 pts), while the lowest value during the period was 131.8, that is 3.19% lower than the 136 points of September 2022 (-4.2 pts).

In relation to the values of the previous year, in September 2022 there was a year-on-year increase of 5.26%, 6.8 points above the 129.2 pts reached in the same month of 2021.

Evolutions of September 2022
Annual average

143.65 pts

  -7.65 pts (-5.63%)
Previous month

137.6 pts

  -1.6 pts (-1.18%)

135.4 pts

  0.6 pts (+0.44%)
September 2021

129.2 pts

  6.8 pts (+5%)
September 2023

121.5 pts

  14.5 pts (+10.66%)
  • Monthly and year-on-year values of recorded prices in September 2022
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About this data

This is an application developed and maintained by Boletín Agrario, so it should be considered as such for review and intellectual property purposes. The data used corresponds to that published by::

Global Food Price Indexes ➡️ Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Prices of the Agri-food chain in Spain ➡️ Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of the Government of Spain


Remember that, like the other contents of this portal, the information we offer is purely indicative and should be used as such. Boletín Agrario declines any responsibility or obligation arising from errors or deficiencies in the data offered, as well as its possible misuse.