Thessaloniki | September 2018
EUR 12.49; EUR 4.02 (USD 4.68) for food. This is based on Greece's monetary poverty threshold for a single person household in 2017, and lowest quintile's household expenditure proportion on Food and non-alcoholic beverages in 2016. .
Greece uses EU's at-risk-of-poverty threshold which is set at 60 % of the national median equivalised disposable income.
In 2017, Greece's poverty rate was 34.8%, slightly lower than 2016 (35.6%).