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Market List

Published:Thursday | March 12, 2015 | 3:00 AM
Sweet potato for the perfect potato pudding is on fair offer this week.
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Sweet potato

This is easy to come by this week with an asking price of $60 per pound in most rural markets. The same price goes for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.

Pak Chow

If pak chow happens to be your favourite vegetable, you can pick up supplies this week in most rural retail markets. The asking price for a bundle is $50 in most markets and this price also applies to Montego Bay Charles Gordon Market

Cauliflower

Most markets are asking a price range of $280 to $300 per pound.

Easter Buns

A wide assortment of delicious Easter Buns are currently on offer in groceries and supermarket across the island. The long list of favourite range from the good old HRB, to Prestige, Purity and National

Yellow Yam

This week you can pick up a pound in most markets for as little as $50 per pound.

Other varieties going at the same price include Negro and Lucea. This price apply to most rural markets including Montego Bay Charles Gordon Market. In downtown Kingston, you can get a pound of yam for as little as $30 this week.

T-Bone Steak

If T bone steak happens to be your favourite meat for Easter, you should be able to pick up supplies in most supermarkets across the island. The asking price for a pound of the meat in most supermarkets will be $380 per pound. Other popular meat cuts on offer at this time include beef stew and rib roast.

Salad Tomatoes

The price of Salad tomatoes have decreased significantly this week. The current asking price for a pound is $80, down form$200 a few weeks ago.

The new price applies to most rural markets including Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.

Eggs

The current asking price for a dozen eggs in most supermarkets and groceries vary from $380 to 390 per dozen. If however, you are purchasing eggs in any rural retail market, you will be asked to pay $300 for a dozen.

Irish Potatoes

You will be charged $70 per pound the local variety and $80 for the imported kind.