# Seafood company purchase lobsters and processes

Seafood company purchase lobsters and processes them into tails and flakes. It sells the lobster tails for \$21 per pound and the flakes for \$14 per pound. On average, 100 ponds of lobster are processed into 52 pounds of tails and 22 pounds of flakes, with 26 pounds of waste. Assume that the company purchased 2,400 pounds of lobster for \$4.50 per pound and processed the lobsters with an additional labor cost of \$1,800. No materials or labor costs are assigned to thewaste. If 1,096 pounds of tails and 324 pounds of flakes are sold, what is (1) the allocated cost of the sold items and (2) the allocated cost of the ending inventory? The company allocates joint costs on a market value basis. (Round the dollar cost per pound to the nearest thousandth; i.e., nearest half penny.) Show work

# Seafood company purchase lobsters and processes

Seafood company purchase lobsters and processes them into tails and flakes. It sells the lobster tails for \$21 per pound and the flakes for \$14 per pound. On average, 100 ponds of lobster are processed into 52 pounds of tails and 22 pounds of flakes, with 26 pounds of waste. Assume that the company purchased 2,400 pounds of lobster for \$4.50 per pound and processed the lobsters with an additional labor cost of \$1,800. No materials or labor costs are assigned to thewaste. If 1,096 pounds of tails and 324 pounds of flakes are sold, what is (1) the allocated cost of the sold items and (2) the allocated cost of the ending inventory? The company allocates joint costs on a market value basis. (Round the dollar cost per pound to the nearest thousandth; i.e., nearest half penny.) Show work