When you go to the grocery store do you ever compare the price of two small cans to one large can? I find one large can can cost up to 40 cents more than two small ones and the large can will be one or two ounces less than two small cans. Is this true of boxed items like cereal, pasta, soap, rice or what ever? All I can say is shopper beware check and compare.
Why are the large size cans of tomato sauce, tuna and many others more money than the smaller size. (the next time you go to the super market compare the cost of two small cans to a large can. Tuna and tomato sauce are the ones that I found the other day.)