Loblaws whole turkey pricing....
So they have 3 weight ranges, the one I buy is the 3-5 Kg range selling at, for the sake of argument, for $15.00 each.
Aside from the smaller birds being left to collect freezer burn, and wasted I would think that meat should always be sold by weight.
I know some produce is sold by the unit , like a broccoli bunch for $1.99 each but I have always thought there was a law for higher value foodstuffs. Apparently not.
I won't play their game and buy this particular item at grocers that sell by the pound.
Anyone else have an opinion or info on the Weights and Measures Act?
Or more to the point, does anyone think Loblaws might be breaking a law or at least twisting a loophole to their advantage?