The same business can use another pricing strategy for the same product unit; another feature called variable pricing. In this scenario, let’s say you opted not to enter a unit price but did enter products to the library such as potatoes, tomatoes, beans, etc.
This option makes sense in light of the customers’ needs: some want to buy only 1 kilo of tomatoes, while others want much more, let’s say up to 10 kilos. It’s obvious that they will pay different amounts according to their choice.
In other words, the next time a client buys 1.3 kilos of potatoes, you simply select the product and charge the £2.05 for that amount. Of course, the price you charge will be different if the customer buys 3 kilos of that same product.