This story originally appeared on Fortune.com.
Whole Foods' newly-opened market by New York City's Bryant Park has a unusual new feature: a "produce butcher."
An on-site employee will take care of fruit and vegetable prep work for any interested shoppers. The butcher will "cut, slice, dice, julienne, chop, and grate any produce item," according to a Whole Foods press release.
The service does not come without a price, however. The cost is set at $1 per pound for bulk items and an additional $1 for any individual items, according to Gothamist, a popular New York City blog.
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The new store has food from New York City celebrity chefs as well as outposts from several of the city's most popular restaurants.