Economic of scale and scope
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Economic of scale and scope


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Secondly, if each outlet does its own food production, attaining consistency across all outlets becomes problematic. Inconsistent portions, quality and unintended non-homogenous variations may cause significant problems particularly if labor is not highly skilled and trained to reduce such errors. Again, this implies high labor costs and additional costs for training.

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