This delicious meat is on fair offer at this time in most supermarkets and meat shops across the island. If your shopping spot happens to be a meat shop or butcher stall, then your asking price will be $380 per pound. However, supermarkets and delicatessen establishments will ask you for a bit more, at $450 per pound.
Leafy vegetable cabbage is on very good offer at this time in retail markets across the island. Mid-island capitals like May Pen and Spanish Town will ask prices ranging between $40 and $50 per pound at this time. Downtown Kingston's cheaper retail outlets may ask for as little as $30 per pound of cabbage.
Carrots are readily available in rural retail markets, with an asking price of $50 per pound. This price also applies at Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market. Cheaper retail outlets in downtown Kingston will ask as little as $30 per pound.
Tuber Negro yam is in abundance at this time in most rural and urban retail markets. Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market will ask prices ranging between $50 and $60 per pound. This holds true for most rural retail markets. Cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston will ask as little as $30 per pound.
Dry coconut should be on special offer at this time, with a price range of $50 to $150, from smallest to largest.
Leafy vegetable callaloo is on very good offer at this time in most retail markets across the island. The current asking price per bundle stands at $50. However, if you purchase two bundles, you will be able to get both for $80 rather than $100.