Vegetables, Dairy Products Appreciate on Wholesale Markets

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Vegetables, Dairy Products Appreciate on Wholesale Markets

Dairy products and vegetables appreciated on the wholesale markets last week, BTA learnt from the State Commission on Commodity Exchanges and Wholesale Markets.

The wholesale price of Vitosha kashkaval (hard yellow cheese from cow's milk) increased 4.9 per cent to 8.41 leva/kg last week, and cow's cheese went 6.1 per cent up to 5.20 leva/kg.

Bottled cooking oil rose by 0.13 leva to 2.31 leva/litre. Type 500 flour appreciated by 0.02 leva to 0.82 leva/kg. Eggs gaind 0.01 leva to 0.19 leva apiece over the same period. At 1.56 leva/lg, sugar is now 0.03 leva more expensive than a week earlier.

Frozen chicken advanced 3.8 per cent (0.15 leva) to 4.15 leva/kg, and dry sausages by 12.2 per cent (0.88 per cent) to 8.10 leva/lg. Fresh sausages trade at 4.19 per cent and frankfurters at an average 3.47 leva/kg, about 1 per cent more expensive than in the previous year.

At the end of last week, potatoes were selling at 0.71 leva/kg wholesale, and cabbages at 1.02 leva/kg.

Hothouse tomatoes went up 15.8 per cent to 1.69 leva/kg and field tomatoes up 26.1 per cent to 1.50 leva/kg, hothouse cucumbers appreciated 4.6 per cent to 1.78 leva/kg and field cucumbers 11 per cent to 1.80 leva. Green peppers cheapened 13 per cent to 1.00 leva/kg.

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