The unit price of a product is the base price per measurement unit. For example for a 600g pack of cereals, the unit price of this product would be the price per 1kg.
Displaying the unit price is currently only supported for metric units.
This setting fulfills the EU Norm 98/6/EG about displaying price information for products.
Enabling Unit Price on the Storefront
In order to display the unit price on the storefront, you first need to enable the corresponding setting. Go to Admin -> Design -> Appearance and enable the Setting for Display Price per Measure Unit.
Additionally, all of the related fields on the product data need to be set. If any one of these fields is not set, the unit price will not be displayed for this product.
There are 4 relevant fields:
|Unit||The unit that the product is measured in||g|
|UnitValue||How much of this unit the product contains||600|
|UnitPriceRefUom||The unit that should be used for the unit price||kg|
|UnitPriceRefValue||Quantity measurement of the unit price||1|
Here are some example products and how the different fields would be set:
|Aspirin pills, pack of 80||piece||80||piece||1|
Cereals, 600g pack
|Chocolate Pralines, 75g pack||g||75||g||100|
|1.5kg Bag of Apples||kg||1.5||kg||1|
How it looks like