I think her point is if you in fact purchase the 1 lbs option, the $79.99 is the actual price.Hi Stephanie, I see what you're saying. If you click down on that drop down there's an option for 1 kilo. I use the largest buying option to calculate back to price per lb with.
Here's how I arrive at my number
$125 per kilo
Divide the price by the quantity so $125/1000 = .125
I take this number which is the price per gram, and multiply it by 453.59 which is the amount of grams per lb
This comes up to $56.69875
I do this in order to give the most equivalent costs across the board. It just so happens to be that discounts are usually seen at the 1kg level.