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#1 by tasman1 » Thu May 12, 2016 19:37

Let say You can make 1000 dollars a year here . How many loaf of bread can You buy at Yours place of living


Australia [ Tasmania ] ..... avg price of one loaf is 4 dollar
1000 dollar can buy............250 loaf of bread [ on avg one loaf is 750 gram ]
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#2 by Charez » Thu May 12, 2016 19:54

250 gr about $0.87 (or about 0.43$ for fake bread from supermaket)
in 1975 it was 0.15$
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#3 by BlizZzard » Thu May 12, 2016 20:03

Rs. 60 per loaf (not premium quality) 800 grams. Here, 1 sliced pack is around 400 grams.
Current value of 1 USD = 66.75 INR (approx)
1111 loaves of bread approximately.
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#4 by tasman1 » Thu May 12, 2016 20:04

charez wrote: 250 gr about $0.87 (or about 0.43$ for fake bread from supermaket)
in 1975 it was 0.15$

in short .......you can buy 383 loaf of bread [ 750 gram ]
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#5 by BouldRake » Thu May 12, 2016 20:16

300 decent loaves or 1,000 crap loaves.
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#6 by pindokhan123 » Thu May 12, 2016 22:08

if i was in england i would buy all the bread from either tesco or sainsbury's

Tesco Stay Fresh White Medium Bread 800G is 50p each converted to $ is 0.72 1000/0.72=1388 loaves of cheapy


not bad ,as i am in Pakistan now.. one loaf is around 90 rupees roughly the same weight,,same in dollars,so i would say just over a 1000 loaves here.


so far England is coming out the cheapest,,,way2go tesco! :D
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#7 by pindokhan123 » Thu May 12, 2016 22:10

tasman,wow Australian bread is flippin expensive, how come? :o
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#8 by tasman1 » Thu May 12, 2016 22:26

pindokhan123 wrote: tasman,wow Australian bread is flippin expensive, how come? :o



Not just bread , Australia is second most expensive place in the world ,,,, still you can buy special cheap bread for 1 dollar but it is inposible to eat it , normal bread are starting from 3.50 up to 6 dollar
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#9 by pindokhan123 » Thu May 12, 2016 22:34

wow i didnt know that,i knew Hong Kong was pretty expensive as well as Norway ,well just goes to show you that even the cheapest and basics of food can be outrageously expensive around the world :roll:


Do you think those tribes in the Amazon forests have ever had bread? or heard of it? :roll:
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#10 by tasman1 » Thu May 12, 2016 22:46

copy and paste from Australian news

on global grocery prices: In the US, food is 24.85% cheaper. The UK comes in at 12.25% lower. In the most expensive country in the world, Singapore, food is 18.52% below ours, even France is cheaper than Australia by 9.67%.

Countries such as France are cheaper because of industry regulations, but in Australia the consumer watchdog (ACCC) rarely intervenes in food and grocery practices unless they engage in misleading behaviour. Even the 2008 Federal government’s Grocery Watch website, designed to pressure the leading chains to compete more heavily on price, was an admitted failure, with the project decommissioned a year later.
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#11 by Charez » Thu May 12, 2016 23:05

HAHA France is cheaper than Australia. You need to come here now, we have place exactly like Croatia here in Corse
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#12 by pindokhan123 » Thu May 12, 2016 23:21

charez make me some cheese and pickle sandwiches i am coming for lunch :D

oh yes and plz no snails or frogs legs for garnish :shock:



btw you eat snails and frogs? coz i know the french do,kinda delicacy i think :?
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#13 by tasman1 » Thu May 12, 2016 23:24

charez wrote: HAHA France is cheaper than Australia. You need to come here now, we have place exactly like Croatia here in Corse
o yes .i will like it to live in normal country like France

now this is official cost of living

Countries with the LOWEST cost of living:



01. India

02. Nepal

03. Pakistan

04. Tunisia

05. Algeria





06. Moldova

07. Egypt

08. Macedonia

09. Syria

10. Colombia

11. Bangladesh

12. Indonesia

13. Georgia

14. Morocco

15. Philippines


AND


Countries with the HIGHEST cost of living:



01. Switzerland

02. Norway

03. Venezuela

04. Iceland

05. Denmark





06. Australia

07. New Zealand

08. Singapore

09. Kuwait

10. United Kingdom



11. Ireland

12. Luxembourg

13. Finland

14. France

15. Belgium
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#14 by pindokhan123 » Thu May 12, 2016 23:29

very informative that tasman,thankyou :thumbup:
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#15 by valerie » Fri May 13, 2016 00:44

Well what I want to know is how much one green pea cost?

If one green pea cost 1 of 1 of 1 of 1/10th of 1 of 1 of 1 cents, then how many
trucks can cross the road without running over the green pea?
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#16 by pindokhan123 » Fri May 13, 2016 02:02

valerie thats easy,one pea costs a measly peanny :D
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#17 by proadco » Fri May 13, 2016 02:24

tasman1 wrote: Let say You can make 1000 dollars a year here . How many loaf of bread can You buy at Yours place of living


Australia [ Tasmania ] ..... avg price of one loaf is 4 dollar
1000 dollar can buy............250 loaf of bread [ on avg one loaf is 750 gram ]


In America at the Dollar Tree you could purchase 1000 loaves of bread for $1000.00 dollars.
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#18 by proadco » Fri May 13, 2016 02:27

tasman1 wrote: Let say You can make 1000 dollars a year here . How many loaf of bread can You buy at Yours place of living


Australia [ Tasmania ] ..... avg price of one loaf is 4 dollar
1000 dollar can buy............250 loaf of bread [ on avg one loaf is 750 gram ]

At Aldi's grocery stores you can purchase loves of bread for .85 cents.

When they are overstocked on bread and / or close to expiration date, they will drop the price to .10 cents a loaf.
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#19 by wombatqueen » Fri May 13, 2016 04:53

ProAdCo wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Let say You can make 1000 dollars a year here . How many loaf of bread can You buy at Yours place of living


Australia [ Tasmania ] ..... avg price of one loaf is 4 dollar
1000 dollar can buy............250 loaf of bread [ on avg one loaf is 750 gram ]


In America at the Dollar Tree you could purchase 1000 loaves of bread for $1000.00 dollars.

In America if you live in the middle of nowhere in a "city" of 146 people, you have no bread in your own city.
And when you drive to the nearest bread, only the "house brand" is anywhere near cheap.
And don't be picky if you need bread, you'll likely go home empty-handed.

Of course, you can make the trip to the BIG CITY, and have better luck with selection and pricing....

but when a person has to eat low-sodium bread, it's a crap-shoot every time whether you'll find it (yes, even in the big city), and if you DO.....
you will then get to pay AUSTRALIAN BREAD PRICE for it!!!! :clap: :lol:

But if that's the biggest problem I have to deal with, then I'm still happy...
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#20 by pindokhan123 » Fri May 13, 2016 05:21

i think its cheaper to make your own bread.....a bag of flour,some yeast,salt ,bit of sugar,maybe a drop of oil are the basic ingredients of bread.........with some of that money get a decent reconditioned gas oven, some bread tins and your ingredients,i am sure you will have some spare cash left over :D :D
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