According to Eurostat, in 2017, Luxembourg had the highest prices for meat within the EU, more than 41% higher than the EU average.
Austria was next-highest, with prices around 39% over the EU average.
In 2016, Denmark had the highest prices for meat, almost 40% higher than the EU average, followed by Austria at around 37% higher.
Poland was the least expensive country in the EU for meat for the second year in a row, with prices around 43% lower than the EU average, followed by Bulgaria, around 42% lower.
Outside the EU but in Europe, meat prices in Switzerland were 142% percentage points higher than the EU average, followed by Iceland at 71.6% higher than EU averages and Norway, 52.5% higher than the EU average.