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Principles of Food, Beverage, and Labor Cost Controls, Ninth Edition

Closing inventory: Physical inventory at the end of a period, expressed in terms of units, value, or both Intraunit transfer: Food or beverage transfer between departments in a single hotel, restaurant, or similar establishment Interunit transfer: Food or beverage transfer between units in a chain Grease sales: Dollar value of fats and oils sold to rendering companies

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Actual purchase price First-in, first-out (latest prices) Weighted average purchase price Latest purchase price (most recent prices) Last-in, first-out (earliest prices)

Cost Sales = Cost % Cost of food sold Food sales = Food cost % Total inventory = Opening inventory + Closing inventory Average inventory = Total inventory 2 Inventory turnover = Food cost Average inventory

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Cost of separate issues Prescribed amount per meal per employee Prescribed amount per period Sales value multiplied by cost percent

Opening inventory + Purchases = Total available for sale Closing inventory = Cost of food issued + Cooking liquor + Transfers from other units = Subtotal

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Food to bar (directs) Transfers to other units Grease sales Steward sales Gratis to bar(s) Promotion expense Cost of food consumed Cost of employees meals Cost of food sold
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