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Market List

Published:Thursday | November 26, 2015 | 11:00 AM

Market List

Ripe plantain

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.

Cauliflower

This vegetable is on fair offer at this time with an asking price ranging between $150 and $180 per pound.

Carrots

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.

Downtown Kingston's

cheaper outlets will ask you for anything between $70 and $80 per pound of carrots.

Oranges

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

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.