Not sure about the math here....
I would think you would multiply the price by 2.2 since there are roughly 2.2 lbs per kilo.
So the price would be:
$1.08 - $1.38/kilo (conventional)
Just grabbed a case of Whole Foods "Earth" bananas. Sold as grown conventional, but grown organically. Usually they are 69 cents a pound. For the past week they have been 39 cents/pound! (18 cents/kilo)
Something told me that those conventional bananas tasted too organic to be grown conventionally! More info, please? :)
Earth > Organic Chiquitas
I pay $16 for 40 lbs conventional and $20 40lb organic :)
40lb = about 18 kg
In Eastern South Dakota I'm paying $25-$30 for a 40lb. case of organic Dole bananas, or 99cents a pound when bought off the shelf. We have another organic shop that has another brand of bananas, but they're typically $1.29lb. and I can't get a bulk discount off those, so I usually go with the Dole Organic. Conventional is 39cents to 69cents per pound bought off the shelf.
$1/kilo organic banana