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11 Most Expensive Countries to Buy Milk

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What are the most expensive countries to buy milk?

One of the reasons why milk is so cheap in America and rice is cheap in India is that there’s immense demand. Some countries just do see milk as a staple for children. Demand is less since the culture doesn’t see the necessity. If you are in the camp that sees milk as a staple, take heed of these most expensive countries to buy milk! If you don’t like milk, but you like iPhones (yeah, you read that right) you can check the most expensive countries to buy an iPhone.

Pavel Ignatov/

Pavel Ignatov/

North America, Europe and Australia are areas where people consume the highest amount of milk. In general, people in these parts of the world consume more than 150 kg per capita per year. An interesting fact is that milk consumption is going to increase by 125% by 2030.

Milk is rich in vitamin D, C, magnesium, strontium and calcium. These ingredients are important for bone health. Doctors recommend that children drink milk several times a week, in order to have strong bones. Because it has potassium, milk is important for heart health. This means that elderly people should drink milk every day or a few times a week. On the other side, milk is good for cancer protection. Several studies proved that vitamin D, is important for regulation of cell growth.

We used Number and Nation Master in order to get the raw date. We combined them and calculated average prices. All values are in US Dollars, per 1 litre of milk.

11. Nigeria – $2.16

Milk is cheapest in Nigeria among the countries on this list. On the other side, it is one of the countries where you can buy cigarettes for cheap. For example, one pack of Marlboro costs $1.5.

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Bill Kret/

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