Vegetable, Cooking Oil and Flour Prices Down on Wholesale Markets

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Vegetable, Cooking Oil and Flour Prices Down on Wholesale Markets

The wholesale prices of vegetables, cooking oil and flour went down in the past week, the State Committee for Commodity Exchanges and Wholesale Markets said Monday.

Field cucumbers lost 14 per cent to 0.80 leva/kg (against 1.10 leva for greenhouse cucumbers), potatos 5.7 per cent to 0.50 leva/kg, green peppers 6.1 per cent to 1.05 leva/kg and melons 6.5 per cent to 0.72 leva/kg. Greenhouse tomatoes were selling at 1 leva/kg, field tomatoes at 0.69 leva/kg and watermelons at 0.26 leva/kg.

Bananas appreciated by 9.8 per cent to 1.90 leva/kg and peaches by 0.26 leva to 1.40 leva/kg.

Cooking oil depreciated by 0.09 leva to 3.13 leva/l and Grade 500 flour by 8.6 per cent to 0.86 leva/kg. Sugar traded at 1.50 leva/kg. Eggs gained 6.7 per cent to 0.16 leva each and rice 0.2 per cent to 2.52 leva/kg.

Frozen chicken were selling 0.04 per cent cheaper last week (compared to the week before), at 3.89 leva/kg. Cooked sausages gained 3.7 per cent to an average of 4.81 leva/kg.

Kashkaval cheese (Vitosha) dropped by nearly 1 per cent to 9.06 leva/kg and brined cow's cheese by 1.1 per cent to 4.40 leva.

Retail markets were selling watermelons at 0.60-0.70 leva/kg last week, peaches at 2-2.80 leva/kg and melons at 1.20 leva/kg, BTA reported.

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