Kim presently owns a business that processes and distributes fresh vegetable to local supermarkets. She is looking to expand her business by acquiring the Lackawaxen Emu Oil Company, a manufactures of makeup and beauty products contain emu oil. Kim looks over the financial statements of Lackawaxen and notice that the number of day's sales in inventory is five times higher than in her fresh vegetable business. Kim contacts her accountant Justin Maul, CPA, and asks him to look into this matter further. Justin informs Kim that she shouldn't be concerned with the difference in the number of day's sales in inventory between her fresh vegetable business and the emu-oil-based beauty products business. Explain why Justin Maul wasn't concerned.