Selecting an appropriate pricing strategy
The focus of this publication is the selection of an appropriate pricing strategy for value-added agricultural products. Selecting a pricing strategy for your product is critical, because price is the most highly visible element of all marketing efforts. Consumers and competitors easily can access pricing information on goods sold at the retail level.
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