manufacturing is the building of a product from raw material or basic material while construction would sometime take a manufactured product and construct something.
That would be Mr. William R. Bartmann who founded CFS from his kitchen table with his wife in the early nineties. Check the headlines from about 3-4 years ago where you can read all about the indictments!!
By 2030, the population around the globe will be closing in on 8.5 billion people. By 2050, the population will hit 9 billion. Eventually, though, it will cap sometime around 2100-2150 and start going down. Population might also go down just because people move out from Earth in the next 150 years to other planets and eventually outside of our own solar system and maybe someday in the very distant future, the galaxy. There are problems here though, because lots of people are born annually and space travel isn't straight forward for the poor. Management of the Earth's resources is in key role for population survival.
A load chart....is a chart usually found on the arm of a crane. It shows you how much the machine is rated to lift at specific points of the lift under ideal conditions. In equipment with telescopic booms; the weights that it can lift varies ( the further you have to extend; the less weight it can bear), as well as turning radius under load also varies. The more you turn your crane under load the less stable your crane can become causing it to topple over if you don't abide by the chart and try to lift more then it's rated capacity. Although a load chart is the most important chart you must understand before operating a piece of machinery such as this, it does not take into account other factors that can effect a load such as; wind speed, condition of the equipment, how to rig or sling a load, or any other deciding human factor. Take a crane course before messing with this kind of equipment. Learn how to read a load chart properly. your life is worth more then the equipment that could topple over and kill you.
It is difficult to answer your question without knowing what type of food and beverage business you operate or are thinking about starting (i.e. energy drink manufacturer, baker, restaurant, etc.). As an example, let's say that you operate a smoothie bar located near a beach in Maine. Maine only has about five or six months of warm weather, with only three months of true beach weather. Thus, one of the risks in running or starting this type of business is seasonal fluctutations. Who wants to buy a cold smoothie in Maine during the cold winter months? So, you need to come up with a way to diversify your income to offset the changes in consumer demand. One option is to offer other food products, such as coffee or lattes. But since the business is located near a beach, this might not be feasible, as the entire region is probably dependent on summer tourism. Another option is to come up with other products that can be produced and sold to local restaurants, supermarkets and so on during the winter months, such as smoothie ice cream or smoothie cakes. Your best approach is to write down all potential risks associated with your industry, and then come up with a risk minimization plan.