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Sir for Production line where runs of different canned food products are interchanged at regular intervals can be suited for process costing – joint products
And as well as batch costing too right or
Only joint product process costing
That has nothing to do with joint products and I really do not understand why you are interested in this. Joint products is when more than one product is produced within he same process, which is certainly not going to be the case with canned foods.
Oh yeah ok sir it was in my institutes lectures notes
The above is only suited for batch costing am I right sir
Thank you sir
Batch costing would certainly be the suitable one.