Starting a small food processing enterprise
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CTA. 1997. Starting a small food processing enterprise. Spore 69. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Starting a small food processing enterprise by Peter Fellows Ernesto Franco and Walter Rios 1996 123pp ISBN 1 85339 323 1 Intermediate Technology Publications in association with CTA.
Opportunities to generate income and employment are many in the food-processing sector, and they can make use of locally available materials, equipment and skills. However, business success depends on thorough planning at the beginning and then careful control of production to minlmize costs and maintain the desired product quality. This illustrated book brings together important aspects of the technical and business skills needed to set up and run a small food processing enterprise. It highlights the risks involved in any business and the need for market research, cash flow forecasts and business plans - as well as delivery of a high quality product. The book is designed as an aid for trainers and extension workers in small enterprise development organizations, and others working in the area of food processing training. Starting a small food processing enterprise by Peter Fellows Ernesto Franco and Walter Rios 1996 123pp ISBN 1 85339 323 1 Intermediate Technology Publications in association with CTA. Copies may be requested from CTA by the readership described above
SubjectsMARKETING AND TRADE;
- CTA Spore (English)