The index measures how expensive Brazil is relative to other countries in terms of food prices.
Higher values mean more expensive food prices.
The index is from the latest edition of the International Comparison Program of the World Bank from 2017.
The program publishes new data every seven years.
The food price information for Brazil and other countries remains valid for several years as the relative international price levels change slowly over time.
See the global rankings for that indicator or
use the country comparator to compare trends over time.
The value of that indicator for 2017 is 107.662 index points.