So, I see 7 pallets of product (3 to the left of the door and 4 to the right). Using the standard pallet size of 40x48" and a standard stacking height of 70-106", we get a volume of 134,400-203,520in^3. Judging by the building next to it, I will go with 106". Assuming that the 10 dish arrangement (100mmX15mm per dish) takes up 250X250*15mm volume, we arrive at roughly 1420 packs per pallet.
Assuming my volumes are off by 20% due to packaging, we are looking at ~$99,350 in product. I will assume that since these are wrapped and on pallets that they are sales. Who knows how many aren't in the pictures--but this is a pretty good number for myself.
All in my own opinion and this is taking many assumptions into consideration.
typical nnlx investor.. show them a box.. and they will immediately assume it is filled with finished orders.. no brainier.. too obvious.. now can pde do some calcs on profit projections. we order 100,000 dishes so that means we have 100,000 sales too obvious... let's see what he comes up with.. My bet is 3 million dollars profit
I would also go out on a limb here and say it is not standard protocol to store the finished products outside of the building in nature for long term holding. These look like they are ready for a truck to come pick them up and take them on their way.
The trees are also bare, which means they were taken after Q3.