Before deciding on the site of a new food factory, factors potentially affecting the safety and quality of the food, the costs of building the factory, the factory's accessibility by road, train or water, availability of labour and managerial skills, availability and reliability of essential utilities, waste disposal, factors that have an impact on the local environment, and the likelihood of changes in local zoning, should all be taken into account. Ignoring such factors may prove detrimental, as proven by history.

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