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Improving profitability by better control of food and liquor costs

Richard Cornwell

Improving profitability by better control of food and liquor costs

by Richard Cornwell

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Published by Caterers"Association of Great Britain in London .
Written in English


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Statementwritten for the Caterers" Association of Great Britain by Cornwell, Greene and Co. [Richard Cornwell and Melvyn Greene].
ContributionsGreene, Melvyn., Cornwell, Greene and Co., Caterers" Associationof Great Britain.
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Open LibraryOL21028398M

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