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Principles of Food, Beverage and Labor Cost Controls : for Hotels and Restaurants - Study Guide (6TH 99 Edition)by Paul R. Dittmer
Synopses & Reviews
Gain the financial management skills you need to succeed, as a hospitality professional.
Cost monitoring and cost control are indispensable components of the successful foodservice and hospitality manager's skill set. Through five editions, this book has been preparing students to enter the work force by helping them to develop these crucial financial management skills. Continuing this tradition of excellence, the Sixth Edition contains all of the features that have made Principles of Food, Beverage, and Labor Cost Controls the standard text on the subject, including:
About the Author
PAUL R. DITTMER is Associate Professor in the Department of Hospitality Management at New Hampshire College in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The late GERALD G. GRIFFIN was a faculty member at the New York City Technical College of The City University of New York.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION TO FOOD, BEVERAGE, AND LABOR CONTROLS.
Cost and Sales Concepts.
The Control Process.
Food Purchasing Control.
Food Receiving Control.
Food Storing and Issuing Control.
Food Production Control I: Portions.
Food Production Control II: Quantities.
Monitoring Foodservice Operations I: Monthly Inventory and Monthly Food Cost.
Monitoring Foodservice Operations II: Daily Food Cost.
Monitoring Foodservice Operations III: Actual Versus Standard Food Costs.
Controlling Food Sales.
Beverage Purchasing Control.
Beverage Receiving, Storing, and Issuing Control.
Beverage Production Control.
Monitoring Beverage Operations.
Beverage Sales Control.
Labor Cost Considerations.
Establishing Performance Standards.
Monitoring Performance and Taking Corrective Action.
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