Industry productivity in natural and processed cheese

Curtin, Daniel J.
April 1993
Monthly Labor Review;Apr93, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p26
Academic Journal
Discusses how a rise in productivity in the natural and processed cheese industry between 1972-90 was made possible by sustained demand, technological improvements in manufacturing, the use of computers and a better use of marketing. Output and demand; Employment trends; Industry structure; Manufacturing techniques and technologies; Outlook.


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