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