By James G. Brown
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A Guide and Field Reference The book has been indexed so that users will be able to locate readily references or discussions of particular topics. The material itself is presented in capsule form to facilitate reference to the discussion of specific aspects Page 4 of investment or operation. Each aspect of a feasibility study or management topicfrom initial marketing design, to the organization of raw material supplyis self-contained and easily reviewed. A Training Manual and Textbook As a training manual, the book is aimed at two audiences.
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The great challenge for agribusiness firms is to identify the target customer. Is it the food shopper roaming the aisles of the supermarket? Is it the buyer for the supermarket chain? Or is it the food product distributor? In fact, it is all three. Commercial success depends on satisfying the wants of the final consumer as well as all the others who participate in the market system. The product must move smoothly from the point of production to the point of final consumption. This is the basic principle of the market-driven approach to agroindustrial business development.
Agroindustrial investment and operations by James G. Brown