Rye bread can be made in advance wrapped and placed

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rye bread can be made in advance, wrapped, and placed in the ready bin. This way, when a customer orders a ham and cheese on rye, they get it quickly. One challenge to this system is warm sandwiches. Depending on the complexity, that is, is it a plain cheese burger, or one with specific toppings selected by the customer, a premade warm sandwich can be made and placed in the warmer. Another challenge to this system is that Sharp’s sandwiches are very popular because of the quality of the sandwiches. Part of the quality is their freshness. Therefore, whether it is a cold sandwich or a warm sandwich, neither can stay in the premade bins too long. After a set period of time, if a sandwich is still in the bin it is removed and placed in the char- ity bin. The charity bin contains food that is still edible; however, won’t be sold to Sharp’s customers. The food in the charity bin is donated to a local homeless shelter twice a day. Dawn strongly believes in giving back to the community. Her company sponsors runs for several causes throughout the year. Therefore, although it would be easier to throw out the food whose freshness life has reached its limit according to her standard of qual- ity, giving it to the homeless shelter is an important outreach program for her. However, obviously, Dawn’s business model is based on selling the

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