Sun | Apr 23, 2017

Market List

Published:Thursday | June 4, 2015 | 6:00 AM
Cauliflower
Cooking tomatoes
Ginger
1
2
3

Beef mince

Beef mince is easy to come by at this time in supermarkets and meat shops across the island.

The asking price per pound in supermarkets and delicatessen establishments is $350, while meat shops or butcher stalls will ask as little as $180 per pound.

Cooking tomatoes

Cooking tomatoes are readily available this week in retail markets across the island.

Rural retail markets in May Pen and Spanish Town may ask $50 per pound. The same holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.

Cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston will ask as

little as $30 per pound this week.

Ginger

Ginger is on fair offer in a number of rural retail markets. The asking price per pound is $150. However, there are smaller packets

available for $50.

Cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston will ask prices ranging from $70 to $80 for a pound.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower should be on fair offer, but a little costly at this time. The current asking price for this vegetable ranges from $200 to $250 per pound.

Yellow yam

The asking price per pound for yellow yam falls between $50 and $60 in most rural retail markets and Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market. Cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston will ask between $30 and $40 per pound.

Pak choi

Pak choi is in great supply at this time. The asking price is currently $50 per pound in retail markets across the island.