Pork chops should be easy to come by at this time in most meat shops or delicatessen establishments.
Meat shops or butcher stalls will this week ask for $280 per pound of pork. However, if your shopping spot happens to be a supermarket or delicatessen establishment, you will be asked to pay $480 per pound.
Pak choi will be easy to come by in most rural retail markets. Montego Bay's Charles Gordon will ask for $50 per pound, and so will most rural retail markets.
Scallion remains reasonably priced this week in most rural retail markets.
Spanish Town Market will be asking for anything ranging between $50 and $60 per pound. The same holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
This exotic spice is on good offer these days in retail markets islandwide.
The asking price per pound in Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market this week ranges between $50 and $60, while most rural retail markets will quote $100.
Dry coconut is on fair offer in rural retail markets.
Mid-island capitals like May Pen are this week quoting prices ranging between $50 and $150, from smallest to largest. This is also being quoted in Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
Dasheen will be easy to come by. The current asking price in rural retail markets is $50 per pound.
Cheaper outlets downtown Kingston will ask for as little as $30 per pound this week.