Bulk: (adjective) the mass or magnitude of something large or in large quantities.
Bulk Products: (noun) the Mass or magnitude of products packaged together in high quantities to provide lower unit costs.
Bulk Up: (verb) (1) to purchase bulk products in large quantities to stock up and save from purchasing for long periods of time. (2) to increase the bulk of, especially by increasing the size of muscles by lifting weights and working out.
Bulkernality: (noun) a side effect or consequence of a bulk purchase that affects other areas of life without this being reflected in the cost of the goods involved.
Positive bulkernalities include: Money Savings, Fewer Trips, Less Packaging, Inflation Protection and Emergency Preparedness.
Negative bulkernalities include: Storage Space, Perishable, User preference (Skin reaction, taste, variety), Membership Fees and Higher Consumption Rates.
Bulkonomics: (noun) (1) the branch of knowledge concerned with the production, consumption, and transfer of products in Bulk. (2) a website dedicated to simplifying buying items in bulk with calculated unit prices.
Bulkonomisits: (noun) A person who studies the purchasing of products in bulk.
Economics: (noun) the branch of knowledge concerned with the production, consumption, and transfer of wealth.
Externality: (noun) a side effect or consequence of an industrial or commercial activity that affects other parties without this being reflected in the cost of the goods or services involved. Externalities can be positive (education) or negative (air pollution).
Unit Price: (noun) the price for one item or measurement, which can be used to compare the same type of goods sold in varying sizes.