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Market List

Published:Thursday | June 25, 2015 | 6:00 AM
Cutting callaloo stalks.
Beverly James offers dried coconuts for sale.
Carrots
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Goat flesh

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.

Cabbage

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

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.

Negro yam

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 coconuts

Dry coconut should be on special offer at this time, with a price range of $50 to $150, from smallest to largest.

Callaloo

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.