This exotic spice is on good supply at this time.
The per-pound price ranges between $160 and $180 in most markets; however, there are smaller amounts sold in plastic wrap for $50.
The price ranges between $50 and $80 from smallest to largest.
Less expensive outlets in downtown Kingston may ask anything between $30 to $40 per avocado.
Goat flesh should be easy to come by at this time in meat shops and supermarkets across the island.
If you are shopping at a meat shop or butcher stall, you will be asked to pay $280 per pound; however, if you happen to be shopping in a supermarket or delicatessen establishment, the asking price would be $480 per pound.
Leafy vegetable cabbage will cost you a tidy some at this time.
May Pen and Spanish Town will quote $150 per pound as will Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
Less expensive outlets in downtown Kingston will ask anything ranging between $60 and $70.
Cooking tomatoes will cost you a pretty penny this week. The asking price stands at $150 per pound.
Downtown Kingston's cheaper outlets will ask as low as $70 per pound.
Tuber Irish potatoes will cost you $150 per pound in rural retail markets across the island.
Cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston will ask $70 per pound this week.