Average Food Prices In South Africa

What are Food Prices?

Food prices refer to the average price level for food across countries, regions and on a global scale. Food prices have an impact on producers and consumers of food. Price levels depend on the food production process, including food marketing and food distribution. 


Average Food Prices In South Africa

How much is the average meal in South Africa?

Cost of living in South Africa is, on average, 41.68% lower than in United States.

Cost of Living in South Africa.

Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant150.00R
Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course600.00R
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)70.00R
Domestic Beer (1 pint draught)30.00R

How much do groceries cost in South Africa?

Grocery is an item of food sold in a grocery or supermarket. The general cost of groceries in South Africa varies dramatically across different income groups. BFAP suggests that a ‘moderate-cost healthy food basket’ including staple foods, proteins, fruit, and veg, costs about R3,618 per month.

How much does food cost per month in South Africa?

The figures are to be used as guidelines only.

Milk2 LitresR20.00 – R25.00
Eggs1 DozenR23.00 – R30.00
PizzasR70.00 – R150.00 (depends on the size)
Monthly groceries/meals for one personR2,000 – R4,000

Is food in South Africa cheap?

While meal prices in South Africa can vary, the average cost of food in South Africa is R305 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in South Africa should cost around R122 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.

How much does 12 eggs cost in South Africa?

How Much Is A Dozen Eggs In South Africa?

Large (60g)360 EggsR205.00
X-large(70g)360 EggsR225.00
Jumbo (70g)360 EggsR250.00
15 Dozen Large (60g)180 EggsR130.00