Goat flesh should be easy to come by at this time in supermarkets and meat shops. If your shopping spot happens to be in a meat shop or butcher stall, you will be expected to pay $280 per pound for this meat. Supermarkets and delicatessen establishments may charge you as much as $460 per pound for goat flesh.
Tubers Irish potatoes are easy to come by at this time in most rural retail markets. Local potatoes will cost $70 per pound in rural markets while the imported ones will cost you $50 per pound.
Cheaper outlets downtown Kingston will charge you $50 per pound for local Irish potatoes while the imported variety will cost you $60.
Pumpkin is on very good offer at this time in rural and urban retail markets. The current asking price per pound is $40. Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market will charge you $50 per pound while downtown Kingston cheaper outlets will cost you $30 per pound.
The price for sweet potatoes will range between $60 and $80 per pound this week in rural retail markets. This price also holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
Carrots will be offered at a reasonable price this week. The current asking price ranges between $70 and $80 per pound in rural retail markets. While cheaper outlets downtown Kingston will ask for a mere $50 per pound.
The current asking price for yellow yam ranges between $70 and $80 per pound. While cheaper outlets downtown Kingston will ask for $50 per pound of yellow yam.