Case Study: Prince Edward Island Preserves Co.

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Case Study: Prince Edward Island Preserves Co.
Executive Summary
Financial analysis shows that the margins for the wholesale business and the mail order business are much higher than margins from restaurant operations, and that effort should be given to expand these two operations. These are profitable distribution channels, adding to sales revenue. More business in this area will help offset the lack of sales during the “off-season” and allow more workers to stay employed for a longer time. The restaurants, on the other hand, do not generate much sales revenue if at all. Unless they are able to greatly increase the number of customers, and so compensate for the high fixed costs, or unless labour costs can be reduced, the restaurants...
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