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Mango in Latvia is much cheaper - 79 cents apiece. In turn, mangoes are more expensive in Lithuania and Poland - 1.29 and 1.52 euros.

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The price of pomegranates in Latvia is 99 cents per kilogram, while in Lithuania one pomegranate costs 69 cents. Taking into account that the average weight of a pomegranate is 282 grams, one kilogram of pomegranates in Lithuania costs 2.07 euros.

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If you study the prices for confectionery, it turns out that in Lithuania and Latvia, cinnamon buns cost the same - 25 cents apiece.

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The price of spaghetti differs markedly in Lidl stores in Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. In Latvia they cost 1.19 euros, in Lithuania - 99 cents, and in Poland - 65 cents (in zloty - 2.99).

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The price for tomato sauce is slightly different in Lidl stores in Latvia and Lithuania, and at the same time significantly differs from the price in Polish stores - 70 cents. For comparison: in Latvia tomato sauce costs 1.19 euros, and in Lithuania - 1.15 euros.

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In Lithuania and Latvia the same price for Arborio long-grain rice is 2.29 euros per kilogram. In turn, in Poland, long-grain rice costs 1.74 euros per kg (in zlotys - 7.99).

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The price of smoked pork sausage Strolghino also differs. In Lidl stores in Latvia, this sausage costs 3.49 euros, in Lithuania - 3.79, and in Poland - 3.05 euros (in PLN - 13.99).

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Also, the prices for grated smoked hard cheese are noticeably different in the Latvian and Lithuanian Lidl stores. The price of cheese in Latvia is 3.49 euros, while in Lithuania it is 2.99 euros.

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The price of assorted Mediterranean snacks in Lidl stores in Latvia and Poland differs by more than 1 EUR. In Latvia, an assortment of Mediterranean snacks costs 4.99 euros, and in Poland - 3.48 euros (in zloty - 15.99).

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The price for chocolate or custard croissants in Lidl stores in Latvia and Lithuania is the same - 2.99 euros. In Poland, croissants are cheaper - at a price of 2.18 euros (in PLN - 9.99).

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Since it was impossible to find out the prices of all products in Polish stores from the available brochures, in conclusion compared the cost of a grocery basket in Lidl stores in Latvia and Lithuania. To purchase almost all of the products mentioned (excluding the assortment of snacks), in Latvia you need 17.66 euros, while in Lithuania an identical grocery basket costs 19.71 euros.

When summarizing the comparison results, it can be seen that there is a difference between the prices in Lidl stores in the three countries, but the cheapest food products can be purchased in Polish Lidl stores.