We've learned through experience to be alert when the grocery people are ringing up your order or weighing your purchase. Experience like this:
Here's what the label read:
Let's contemplate that label. We didn't buy whole cooked lobster (although it does sound delicious), but even if we did, I have a hard time thinking that it should cost $864. I wonder about that $288.27 per unit price -- apparently we bought three units, so the unit price must be $288.27 per 4 2/3 ounces (sure, that's the way I'd do the pricing if I ran the fish counter....).
But I was pleased that thanks to our Kroger card, we paid only $5 per 4 2/3 ounces and thus saved $849.80.
So after they tried again: