Beef mince is on fair offer at this time in meatshops across the island, with an asking price of $180 per pound. At supermarket or delicatessen establishments, you will be expected to pay $450 per pound.
These are on fair offer at this time in retail markets across the island, with an asking price of $150 per pound.
The cost of this leafy vegetable remains stable. The asking price per bundle stands at $50, with the possibility of a reduction to $40 if purchasing more than one.
This citrus fruit is in good supply at this time in retail markets across the island. The price for this fruit, high in vitamin C in this flu and cold season, ranges between $200 for the Parson Brown variety and $400 per dozen for the navel fruit.
Cauliflower will still cost you a pretty penny at this time in rural retail markets. May Pen and Spanish Town markets will charge between $240 and $300 per pound. Downtown Kingston's cheaper outlets will ask $70 per pound.
Yellow yam will not be cheap at this time. The asking price per pound in mid-island capitals like May Pen and Spanish Town is $150. The same holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.