This fruit food might be a little harder to come by at this time in rural retail markets.
The price ranges between
$50 and $80 per finger from smallest to largest in rural retail markets. This also holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
Cheaper outlets downtown Kingston will ask for anything between $30 and 60 per finger from smallest to largest.
This vegetable is on fair offer at this time with an asking price ranging between $150 and $180 per pound.
This golden-fleshed vegetable is on fair offer at this time in most rural retail markets across the island.
Mid-island capitals like May Pen and Spanish Town will cost you anything between $100 and $120 per pound. This also holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
cheaper outlets will ask you for anything between $70 and $80 per pound of carrots.
Oranges appear to be in good supply at this time in a number of rural retail markets. The asking price per dozen for the more common variety is $250 while the navel fruit might cost you as much as $400 per dozen.
Beef mince will be easy to come by at this time in most meat shops and supermarkets across the island.
If your shopping spot happens to be a meat shop or butcher stall you will be asked to pay $250 per pound. On the other hand, if you are purchasing this choice meat in a supermarket or delicatessen establishment you will be asked to pay $380 per pound.