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**Style Guide**

**1.Fruits:**

– Example: Apples

– Size: Medium-sized apple weighing approximately 150-200g.

– Price: $1.49 per apple.

– Calculation:

– If the apple weighs 175g, the price per kilogram would be calculated as follows:

– Price per kilogram = (Price per apple / Weight per apple) * 1000

– Price per kilogram = ($1.49 / 175) * 1000

– Price per kilogram ≈ $8.51

**2. Vegetables:**

– Example: Red Peppers

– Size: Large red pepper weighing approximately 150-200g.

– Price: $42.00 per kilogram.

– Calculation:

– If the red pepper weighs 175g, the price for that specific pepper would be calculated as follows:

– Price for specific pepper = (Price per kilogram / 1000) * Weight of the pepper

– Price for specific pepper = ($42.00 / 1000) * 175

– Price for specific pepper ≈ $7.35

**3. Herbs:**

– Example: Parsley

– Size: Standard bunch of parsley weighing approximately 100-150g.

– Price: $55.20 per kilogram.

– Calculation:

– If the parsley bunch weighs 125g, the price for that specific bunch would be calculated as follows:

– Price for specific bunch = (Price per kilogram / 1000) * Weight of the bunch

– Price for specific bunch = ($55.20 / 1000) * 125

– Price for specific bunch ≈ $6.90

**4. Spices:**

– Example: Cinnamon Powder

– Size: Small jar containing 50g of cinnamon powder.

– Price: $3.99 per jar.

– Calculation:

– Price per kilogram for cinnamon powder would be calculated as follows:

– Price per kilogram = (Price per jar / Weight per jar) * 1000

– Price per kilogram = ($3.99 / 50) * 1000

– Price per kilogram ≈ $79.80

**5. Smoothies:**

– Example: Green Smoothie

– Size: Large 16 oz (473ml) smoothie.

– Price: $7.99 per smoothie.

– Calculation:

– To calculate the price per kilogram, we first need to convert the volume of the smoothie to weight. Assuming the smoothie has a density similar to water (1g/ml), the weight of the smoothie would be approximately 473g.

– Price per kilogram = (Price per smoothie / Weight of smoothie in kg)

– Price per kilogram = ($7.99 / 0.473) ≈ $16.89

These calculation examples illustrate how prices are determined for each category based on the size or weight of the item and the unit price.