Total landed cost, Cost Accounting

How many pounds of guava puree are required?

a. In a month?

b. How many in a year?

In computing the Total Landed cost for mango concentrate, we are interested in the incremental cost per unit (cost per pound) added along the supply chain, rather than the total cost added at each step along the chain (for example, total cost of ocean shipping). Why

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