Price Per Unit (PPU) refers to the price of a unit of the product. The definition of unit varies by product. For example, if you are selling 2 Kilograms of coffee for $5, a PPU of $2.50/Kilogram will be displayed on the product detail page, as the measurement "unit" of the product is 1 kg of coffee. PPU is generated from the following product information that you provide to us: the product price, the product measurement in unit_count (the weight, volume or count of units) and product unit of measure in unit_count_type (ounce, litre, count, pound, or gram).
Determining the correct unit of measure for "unit_count_type"
|Item Packaging||Unit of Measure||Example|
|If the product has individually-packaged units (example, nutrition bars, wipes, diapers), the unit of measure should always be the total count of individually packaged units.||count|
|If the product does not have individually-packaged units and is a solid, the unit of measure should always be the weight (kilogram or gram). Review your product’s image or description to determine which of the three options is appropriate for the product.||gram, kilogram|
|If the product does not have individually-packaged units and is a liquid, the unit of measure should always be "Millilitre"||millilitre|