The success of endogenous food enterprises (EFEs) in developing countries (DCs) is related to the health and well-being of inhabitants of these countries, to environmental stewardship, and to world peace. Most national leaders consider sustainable industrialization desirable, and food enterprises are an important component of this process. Thus, this matter should receive much greater attention than it has in the past.

Success of new EFEs depends on numerous factors:
Government. Government must …

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