Economic aspects of pigmeat marketing
University of Oxford (Agricultural Economics Research Institute), 1965 - Business & Economics - 61 pages
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Agricultural Economics auction markets average bacon agents bacon curers bacon factories bacon pigs bacon production basis buyers carcase caterers chain stores clear Cmnd co-operation competition considerable consumer consumption areas contract cooked meat costs deadweight sales decline delivery distribution efficiency elasticities of demand English bacon exist firms fluctuations forward contracting grading heavy hog imported meat increase integration liveweight market long run manufacturing marginal marginal revenue marketing system meat products multiple Northern Ireland number of outlets operation output Oxford period pig processing pig producers pigmeat products pork processors product differentiation production areas profits Provision Exchange raw material prices retail butchers sector seems sell sellers short run slaughter slaughterhouses Smith Report 1964 Smithfield market sold supermarket supply and demand Table throughput turnover users usually variation Verdon Smith Report whilst wholesale prices Wiltshire bacon Wiltshire curers