What would it be the difference between price and pricing on the statements as follows:

  • Good food, reasonable pricing

  • Good food, reasonable price

Looking at ngram seems that the second is the right choice but I've come across the first quite often.

Could it be a regionalism?

  • An ngram of the phrase itself isn't really helpful, because you can't see the larger context. – user3169 Apr 8 '18 at 18:38

A product has a price, the amount of money charged for it.

Pricing is the policy which a company uses to decide prices.

If you are talking about an advert for a restaurant I'd say

Good food. Reasonable prices.

Plural because there are multiple prices on a menu.

  • For example: "We have good food, and a reasonable pricing policy." – user3169 Apr 8 '18 at 18:37

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