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Prices in Malta

Prices in Malta

The cost of living is comparably average. Approximately 2/3 of the products consumed have to be imported from abroad. Unfortunately, the small market allows many monopolies to emerge.

There are three kinds of supermarkets in Malta

1. Snack Bars and small shops- open from 7am - 7pm (some even 24h). These shops are very expensive, but have also a good location.

2. Small supermarkets - these small supermarkets are located in residential areas. They usually open from 7am - 7pm. The prices are 10-20% more expensive then in the big supermarkets.

3. Huge Supermarkets - They are not as big as Wall-Mart/Carrefour stores in Germany, England, France, etc. but for Maltese relations they are huge. The range of goods is large and the prices are good.

Attention: There are special shops which offer only one kind of products like frozen food (Miracle Food) or farms.

During the week there are numerous vendors with small trucks in the streets in the residential areas. They sell fruits and vegetables at good prices - however these prices are not written down and tourists are often cheated.

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