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.