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Old 08-29-2020, 09:01 PM
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Wait...they have sales that shift from $X per kilo to $Y per pound...WHYYYYY?!? O_O

An approximate value for lbs to kilos is: divide by 2 then take off 1/10th of your answer.


E.g. 100 pounds… Divide by two = 50 Kg. Take off 1/10th = (50 – 5) = 45Kg.

If you need to be really precise, 1 lb = 0.453592 kilos

For kilos to lbs, just multiply by 2.2

E.g. 10 kilos = 22 lbs

And yes, the meat dept. not barcoding their products is incredibly stupid.
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