define opportunity cost
define the following of food pyramid?
define cost and selling price
define what is a food checker?
You would have to define the particular food for that answer.
Current cost. Replacement cost or net realizable value.
Define direct and indirect labour?"
costs of detecting
Revenue over cost.
Food adulteration refers to the adding the substances that are not legal in the food.
The term "cost driver" refers to the activity that causes cost to change.
define food terminology
mis is investment not a cost
substitution cost, the measure of the cost you are giving up in order to achieve something else
Food cost = (cost of goods - inventory) / gross food sales
Food cost $5
total use of food cost divided by net sales is food cost percentage
what did food cost in 1953
Cost Of Food __________ Food Sales Cost of Food Divided by Food sales will give you a decimal amount which you can then convert to a percentage. example: $25,780 Cost of Food Divided by $64,575 Food Sales= .399225 or 39.9% then rounded to 40%
Standard cost. An estimate of how much cost a firm should incur to produce a good or service.
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Daily food cost divided by daily mandays will give u the days food cost
If you know the food cost against sales, it is 100*(food cost)/sales. If you do not know food cost or sales, you cannot know the answer.
Theoretically you always want to keep your real food cost below 33% of your food sales. To figure out your food cost percentage you simply divide your cost of food by your food sales, then move the decimal. I aim for a 28% food cost in the hopes that it falls at or below 33% in reality. If your real food cost is below 33% and your other areas of cost are under control, you should be turning a profit.