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10 US cities with highest food prices

When it comes to keeping your monthly budget at an acceptable level, spending on food is crucial - but, as it turned out, even this generally accepted category of spending depends on where you live.

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According to the US Department of Agriculture, the average American spends 9,9% of his personal income on food - 5,2% is spent on food and 4,7% on restaurants and eating out, writes Business Insider.

The cost of products varies in different states of the USA and increases significantly in coastal cities, according to a new Rent.com report.

The report examines the cost-of-living index data of the Council for Social and Economic Research, and compares the costs of standard list products - milk, eggs, coffee, and sugar.

The study also rated 257 cities, counties and districts in a report based on product availability.

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Here are the top 10 cities and regions of the United States, where products will cost you more:

10. Mount Vernon County, Washington State - 21,5% higher than the national average

9. Seattle, WA - 28,6% above average

Seattle, WA. Photo: Depositphotos

8. Queens, New York - 28,6% above average

7. Brooklyn, New York - 32,3% above average

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Brooklyn, New York. Photo: Depositphotos

6. Anchorage, Alaska - 34,5% above average

5. San Francisco, California - 35,6% above average

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4. Oakland, California - 39,4% above average

3. Manhattan, New York - 39,7% above average

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2. Juneau, Alaska - 50% above average

1. Honolulu, Hawaii - 69,3% above average

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