Non-Real Varieties

There are times where sales demand is requested and it’s non-variety specific. The identifying characteristic is typically based on Species/Color. An example would be Roses White. While there are 20+ varieties of white roses - they can all be used to fulfill the demand of a white rose.

In these cases, the farm will take the demand order as a generic product. Using the example above, Roses White. This is the Rose Species with the color attribute of white. Any of the above 20+ varieties can be used to fulfill the order.

The farm will track which varieties are going into the demand (important from a cost/sales tracking metric at the farm level). They will take Mondial, Akito, Creme de la Creme and process it against a generic Rose White product. Variety will always be known on the supplier level.

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