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What is Batch production

This method of production is where a number of identical items are produced in what is called a batch. E.g. a baker will bake a batch of a certain type of bread, thirteen. All the bread he makes is produced in small batches, which may be determined, by demand or the size of the cooking application.

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Term created / updated 2009-01-27 12:47:15

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