Food and Beverage Management is a comprehensive textbook designed to meet the needs of hotel management students. It provides an in-depth coverage of various key aspects of managing food and beverage (F&B) services such as budgetary and control elements, along with the latest trends in the field.
The book, comprising 12 chapters, begins by giving an introduction to the F&B industry in brief, their objectives, and the requirements of F&B control. Following this, it discusses different elements of purchasing, receiving, storing, and inventory control. The book also explains F&B costing, points to be considered while fixing prices, payroll analysis, and steps involved in preparing budgets in detail. It concludes with chapters on menu management, menu engineering, and ways of dealing with frauds made in the industry.
With its up-to-date coverage of concepts along with numerous real-life examples, exhibits, and case studies, this book will be highly useful not only for students but also for professionals.