Eggs should be easy to come by in supermarkets at this time across the island, with an asking price that ranges between $350 and $380 per dozen.
Ripe plantain is neither plentiful nor cheap at this time in rural retail markets.
The asking price per finger ranges between $50 and $60 from smallest to largest in rural retail markets. This also holds true for Montego Bay's Charles Gordon Market.
Pork stew should be easy to come by at this time in 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 $230 per pound. If you happen to be shopping at a supermarket or delicatessen establish-ment, you will be asked to pay $480 per pound.
Avocados are on good offer at this time in rural retail markets.
The Simmons variety will cost $100 each. However, the common variety of this fruit will cost anything between $40 and $50 each.
Dry coconuts will be easy to come by at this time in most rural retail markets, with an asking price that ranges between $50 and $150, from smallest to largest.
Pak choi is one of the least expensive vegetable at this time in retail markets across the island, rural and urban alike.
The asking price per pound in rural retail markets is $50. However, cheaper outlets in downtown Kingston will ask for $30 per pound.
Negro yam is easy to come by at this time with an asking price of $120 per pound.