Beef stew is on fair offer at this time in meat shops and supermarkets.
If you are shopping at a butcher stall or meat shop, the asking price will range between $180 and $220 per pound.
However, if you're shopping at a supermarket or delicatessen establishment, you will be asked to pay $350 per pound for beef stew.
This delectable fruit is a little harder to come by at this time in rural retail markets across the island.
Prices for breadfruit range between $70 and $80 per breadfruit in island capitals like May Pen and Spanish Town. The same holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
Cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston will ask for prices ranging between $50 and $60 for a breadfruit.
Dry coconuts is on fair offer at this time in most rural retail markets with an asking price that ranges between $70 and $150, depending on the size.
Downtown Kingston's cheaper outlets may ask for anything between $50 and $60 for each dry coconut.
The price of callaloo has remained constant at $50 per bundle in retail markets across the island. If you purchase more than one bundle you are also more likely to get each at $40 per bundle.
Popular citrus fruit oranges will be harder to come by at this time in rural retail outlets.
The per dozen price ranges between $240 and $350. The cheaper price will be for the common Parson Brown variety while the more expensive will be for the navel fruit.
This holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.