I put half a pound of green onions in a bunch for a dollar.
I put 14 oz (about) of broccoli in a bunch and sold for a dollar.
I weigh and package at home, can't sell by the pound because I don't have a tested and stamped scales. Everything is offered by the bunch or each, or two for a buck etc. I like to make the package a bucks worth, just for easy trading, and not having to mess with coins making change.
Sometimes I ask more than Supermarket prices for some items, but people seem willing to buy it because its fresh and not covered with poisons.
I often wonder what shoppers are looking for at a farmers market, a good buy, or fresh local produce?
I have some nice big onions that weigh a pound each. I asked $2 each for them and some people would buy them. I may try asking a buck and see if they move better. I guess its whatever the traffic will bear?