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for instance 616 bulk/kg. kg=kilogram
As far as I know "bulk" means a mass volume but for bulk per kg i have no idea. Can anyone interpret for me?
Where did you see this? Let's say I am selling something like peanuts. I can sell them to you "in bulk," meaning I have a large container and you select how much you want, put it in a bag and weigh it. You would then pay so much per pound(or kg) in bulk.I may also have pre-packaged peanuts in one pound bags. The price for them, per pound, would likely be higher than the "bulk" price.