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Costs and efficiencies in pea freezing operations.

George B. Davis

Costs and efficiencies in pea freezing operations.

by George B. Davis

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College, in cooperation with Agricultural Marketing Service, United States Dept. of Agriculture in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peas -- Harvesting -- Economic aspects.,
  • Peas -- Processing -- Economic aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG.B. Davis, H.M. Hutchings.
    SeriesMiscellaneous paper -- 66., Miscellaneous paper (Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 66.
    ContributionsHutchings, H. M., Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station., United States. Agricultural Marketing Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 leaves :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16135879M

    However, when the overall cost is estimated, freezing costs can be kept as low (or lower) as any other method of food preservation (Harris and Kramer, ). Current status of frozen food industry in U.S. and other countries. The frozen food market is one of the largest . The authors stated that ultrasound assisted-immersion freezing (30 kHz) had several advantages, in terms of freezing time, colour, firmness, tissue-microstructure preservation and drip loss, over the conventional air blast freezing and IF, while the drawback of this method is its relatively high vitamin C loss throughout the course of the process.

      Efficiency % = (Total minutes produced X )/(Total hours worked X 60) In the above formula, 60 is multiplied to convert hours into minutes and is multiplied to express in percentage. In the second formula, instead of calculating minutes, we are considering produced garment as output and production target for the given hours as input. the.   Mechanical process freezing systems usually have higher capital costs than cryogenic systems because they require supporting refrigeration systems. But, they’re usually the more efficient and cost-effective option from a long-term standpoint. Mechanical freezing is most often used for high-volume production of both raw and finished goods.

      At National Starch Food Innovation (), the focus is on efficiency of ingredient use as a balance to cost. “We offer savings that go beyond formulating-out expensive ingredients,” says Dinah Diaz, market development manager for . Use activity-based costing to allocate costs to products or services. 9. Identify the steps involved in the design and implementation of activity-based costing systems. Calculate activity-based costs for cost objects. Explain why activity-based costing systems are being adopted.


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Costs and efficiencies in pea freezing operations by George B. Davis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Administrative Report Or Publication Costs and efficiencies in pea freezing operations. Part 1, Vining Public Deposited. Analytics Peas -- Harvesting -- Economic aspects; Subject: Miscellaneous paper (Oregon State College.

Agricultural Experiment Station) Rights Statement:Author: George B. Davis, H. Hutchings. Vining of green peas is an operation that uses large amounts of labor and equipment. Cost of vining is a substantial portion of the total cost of operating a pea-freezing plant.

This report is concerned with an anal-ysis of vining costs as they relate to different methods being used in the Northwest frozen-pea industry.

Administrative Report Or Publication Costs and efficiencies in pea freezing operations. Part 2, Packaging and freezing Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to. Costs and efficiencies in pea freezing operations. Part 2, Packaging and freezing. Topics: Peas -- Harvesting -- Economic aspects, Peas -- Processing -- Economic aspects Publisher: Corvallis, Or.: Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College, in cooperation with Agricultural Marketing Service, United States Dept.

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