How do grocers / produce packagers decide on products? I use celery only when making a new recipe that calls for it, typically needing 1 - 3 stalks. I'd really like to be able to buy a half portion of it, for half the price of a full 10-stalk package - i.e., under a dollar. When I get celery, I like having the leafy parts, including the small paler inner stalks for use in sauces/soups/garnish. My grocery stores often sell cut squash half or cut melon halves - why not a celery half?