By: P Fellows, E Franco and W Rios
123 pages, Line illus
Drawing on the author's own experiences, this work is a practical, illustrated summary of the different aspects of establishing a small food business in a developing country. It covers the main technical aspects of finding and equipping a site and scheduling production, as well as addressing business factors, such as registering a business, conducting market surveys, keeping financial records, and complying with the law. It is intended as a guide for extension workers supporting small enterprise development programmes, or for new enterprises which are getting established.
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