Why are food industries focused on the consumer?

It is safe to say that there are food industries in every locality. The larger the settlement, the more diverse the industrial composition, the greater the quantity and the wider the range of products produced. Almost all branches of the food industry are oriented towards the consumer of their products. This is due to the fact that often finished products have a short shelf life. For example, products such as bread, pastries, milk and dairy products cannot be stored for a long time and transported over long distances because they quickly deteriorate. It is economically unprofitable to transport the products of some industries, for example, pasta. They contain many voids, and in fact, air is transported during their transportation.

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