Yesterday, I went to the big fat grocery store and tried to buy some zucchini. The sign gave a "regular" price of something, and then another price of 8 pounds for 10 dollars. I asked an employee how much that was per pound, and if I had to buy 8 pounds to get that price, and she didn't know. She looked it up on the computer at a closed check stand, and after a few false starts we determined that the zucchini was selling for $1.20 a pound to those who had the store card, which I think everyone does (her first guess had been that it was $.80 a pound). I thought that there was some law requiring price per unit - does this comply? (I skipped the zucchini and resorted to the carrots I bought several weeks ago.) Does anyone know how I might approach the mission of persuading grocers to tell us how much they are charging per (single) pound for their produce?