Business process mapping, Cost Accounting

Using some variation of business process mapping, graph out the mango concentrate supply chain focusing on when cost is added to the supply chain. (i.e. Display/draw the process from Papa Growers to Mom & Pop market, highlighting the points where cost is added to the process).

Why would tracking this cost be important to International Fruit Distributors?

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