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Market List

Published:Thursday | January 15, 2015 | 12:00 AM

Beef mince

Beef mince should be easy to come by at this time in most grocery or delicatessen establishments. The current asking price in meat shops or grocery is $180 per pound. However, if your shopping spot happens to be a supermarket or delicatessen establishment you will be asked to pay $380 per pound.

Dry coconuts

Dry coconuts are on good offer at this time in retail markets across the island.

Mid-island capitals like Spanish Town and May Pen will ask for prices ranging between $80 and $150 for each coconut, depending on size.

Cheaper retail outlets in downtown Kingston will ask for anything between $50 and $120 each.

Breadfruit

Breadfruits are easy to come by at this time in rural retail markets. The current asking price ranges between $80 and $120 in rural retail markets, while in downtown Kingston you can pay anything between $50 and $100 per breadfruit, depending on size.

Cooking tomatoes

The prices of cooking tomatoes have increased from $80 per pound to $100 in most rural retail markets across the island.

Downtown Kingston's cheaper retail outlets will ask for $70 per pound.

Cabbage

This leafy vegetable will be easy to come by at this time at a reasonable price in retail markets across the island. The asking price per pound in most rural markets is $40 per pound, while in cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston you may be asked to pay anything between $20 and $30 per pound.