There are probably few wallets that do not feel the rising food prices right now. A survey conducted by the Swedish National Food Agency shows that the increased food prices lead to many people choosing not to buy vegetables. Primarily, it is about low-income people, such as students.

"The fact that so many people with lower incomes say that they buy less fruit and vegetables is worrying from a public health perspective," says Åsa Brugård Konde, nutritionist at the National Food Agency in a statement.

"More expensive than meat"

Students with tight budgets are a group that is extra affected by the economic situation with increased food prices. Many say they opt out of fruit and vegetables to cope with the economy.

"Peppers are more expensive than meat right now," says Klara Hallsenius, a student at Linköping University.

Hear the students about their changing eating habits in the clip above.