Bulgaria Registers Drop in Produce Prices

Business | July 24, 2011, Sunday // 12:12
Bulgaria Registers Drop in Produce Prices: Bulgaria Registers Drop in Produce Prices Produce wholesale prices in Bulgaria registered a slight decrease last week. File photo

Prices of fruit and vegetables are falling traditionally for this time of the year with their wholesale price index going down to 1.9 points.

The data was released by the State Commission for Commodity Exchanges and Market Places.

Prices of greenhouse tomatoes are down 12.3% to BGN 0.93 per kg, of cucumbers – 6% to BGN 0.9 per kg, of green peppers – by 27%. Cabbage prices remain the same; those of potatoes are down 6% to BGN 0.5 per kg; squash prices are down 7% to BGN 0.4 per kg.

In the last week, watermelon prices were 8% lower to BGN 0.33 per kg as were those of peaches – 6% and BGN 1.12 per kg respectively. Apples' prices are up 4% to BGN 1.65 per kg.

Among basic food stables – prices of sugar are up as are those of flour, cooking oil and rice. Ground meat prices were slightly down. Prices of feta cheese (0.2%) and yellow cheese (kashkaval) – (0.3%) went slightly up.

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