Consider selling ice in a desert. A scouting mission to the Middle East
could quickly lead someone to believe that ice is an under-served
commodity.

Making that assumption one could also logically conclude the reason that
ice is not sold commercially is that with daytime temperatures of 110°F
to 130°F there is no way for consumer to get the product from the store
to a home without a melting. Continuing with this example, the next
logical thing to do would be to develop an economical carrying case to
insulate the ice from the desert heat.

After going through all this developmental expense one would find a total
lack of sales.

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Selling ice in the
Middle East