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The influential members of London’s elite society in the seventeenth – century viewed the consumption of hot chocolate and later solid chocolate treat that were sold in upscale boutiques as a sign of being prestigious. While doing the same time period America settlers pioneered were developing cheaper chocolate bars for consumption to the masses. Centuries passed, and in the 19th hundreds America pioneers grown tired of the taste of mass production chocolate and desired the taste of prominent chocolate. In 1911 Ethel’s Chocolate Lounges, whose named in honor of the matriarch of the Mars Family was founded with her husband Frank entered the chocolate market despite only a 3% growth in the
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Ethel’s Chocolate Lounges
Professor Melanie A. Robinson
MKT 100 – Winter/2012
January 23, 2012
Question #1 – Describe the type of consumer buying decision that best describes the choice to indulge at Ethel’s.
When faced with making decisions on what to buy, when to buy it, and where to make the purchase consumers use three decision making techniques routine response behavior, limited decision making, and extensive decision making. Of these three choices, the one that best describes the choice to indulge at Ethel’s Chocolate Lounge would be Routine Response Behavior.
Routine Response Behavior is described a type of purchasing scenario whereby the
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Clinical benefit and preservation of flavonols in dark chocolate manufacturing
McShea A, Ramiro-Puig E, Munro SB, Casadesus G, Castell M, Smith MA. Clinical benefit and preservation of flavonols in dark chocolate manufacturing. Nutr Rev 2008; 66(11):630-641.
Chocolate is the processed form of cacao beans that undergo fundamental steps of fermentation, roasting, and milling before it is widely available to consumers. This case study examines the chemical composition of chocolate by analyzing the process of dark chocolate production from cacao beans in regards to its antioxidant flavonols content with correlation to positive health benefits.
Fermentation is required to break down the
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Slavery in the Chocolate Industry
The forced labour of children in the Ivorian cocoa farms is at a distance from the glamourised candy producers such as Mars and Nestlé, and a universe away from the day-to-day consumers of chocolate. That such a quixotic market shares a commonality with the more exposed diamond market, for example, whose implication in the sale and involvement of guns in tribal cleansing has long been documented, drives home the reminder that our modern prosperity, usually reached and used with the best of consumer intentions, if not also the corporate, and even our harmless, insignificant indulgences sometimes owe themselves to an extremely complex
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Tita De La Garza, the youngest daughter in a family living in Mexico was born inside the kitchen and in a very unique way. Tita fell in love with the kitchen since Nacha, their family cook, practically raised her inside the walls of the kitchen. She grew up serving delicious foods for the family and for feasts that their family prepare. In one of the feast she met a guy named Pedro Muzquiz with one look they fell deeply in love with each other. Pedro comes to the family's ranch to ask for Tita's hand in marriage. Because Tita is the youngest daughter she is forbidden by a family tradition upheld by her tyrannical mother, Mama Elena, to marry. Pedro marries Tita's older sister
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How to Make the Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies
Imagine walking into a room with the sweet aroma of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. This sweet, sugary, buttery goodness in a pan can easily be created in just a few steps.
What you will need to start are tools and ingredients. The tools you will need to make the dough of the cookies are the bowl, mixer, and the measuring spoon. You will need half a stick of butter that melts well; sugar which is sweet enough for you, but not too sweet. You will also need brown sugar and salt. Those ingredients can often be used for other dishes, so you can just get whatever you use the most. Also, it is best to use two fresh eggs
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Case Study 1: Harriet’s Fruit and Chocolate Company
Read the Harriet’s Fruit and Chocolate Company case study found in Chapter 2 of the textbook. Then, answer the questions below. Each response should be one (1) paragraph in length submitted in MS Word and the submission is not to exceed two (2) pages
.(book class: Oppenheimer, P. (2011). Top-down network design (3rd ed.). Indianapolis, IN: Pearson Education, Cisco Press.)
Write a one to two (1-2) page paper that addresses:
1. Determine the investigation you will do with regard to the physical infrastructure of the orchards, orchard shacks, and the cold storage building.
2. Make a list of business goals for Harriet’s Fruit and
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Death is a Synesthete
In The Book Thief Death is personified and described as a Synesthete. Synesthetes experience the world differently. A sound is not just heard; it might be perceived as a color. In the prologues first section “Death and Chocolate” when Death mentions that when you die the only thing he’ll hear “will be my own breathing and the sound of the smell of my footsteps”. In this section Death also tells us about how he personally likes a dark chocolate colored sky (hence “Death and Chocolate”) though he tries to enjoy the billion or so flavors of sky to slowly suck on.
During the next three sections of the prologue Death immerses himself in the colors; White
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’. For Cocoa Sublime, Resource led ‘stretch’ suits properly. Calvin has a business vision to diversify the business. It has ample opportunities to cover through chocolate chips that they can leverage. It has scope to create a new market to improve its value for money. Calvin believes in utilizing the competencies that Cocoa Sublime has: reputation of high quality chocolate, excellent customer service, and Australian sourced ingredients.
1.3 Levels of Strategy:
Cocoa Sublime is one of the family owned chocolate makers and leading brand in specialty chocolate market in Australia. Thus, it has to consider strategies at three levels: corporate, business, and functional.
• For corporate level
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have to choose the flavor you like the most,
such as vanilla, chocolate or strawberry ice cream. Optional fruit, chocolate or caramel
syrup, and wiped cream.
After preparing what you need to use, now you have to follow these steps to make the
milkshake. Firstly, put one glass of milk in the blender. Next, add three scoops of ice
cream. Then, you might add some fruit to make strong flavor. For example, banana can
go with vanilla ice cream or strawberry with chocolate ice cream. After putting the
ingredients, mix the milkshake first at high speed then at low to make it medium
thickness. Do not forget to have the lid on the blender.
The final step is designing. First
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Suzys main goal when starting Joy of Chocolate was survival. Her consumer goals were to create gourmet chocolate, attention to detail and to offer a unique product.
Suzy built up a good reputation by offering a unique, high quality product and by always delivering orders on time. These are her product goals.
Organisational goals refer to running of the organisation so as to make the most of management skills, technology and resources. Joy of chocolates operational goals are; training for production staff to ensure a high level of expertise, support staff development. Hafiz uses job rotation to further staff knowledge and also holds a personal development review every four months
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Cadbury’s Dairy Milk
Cadbury and Worms
In October 2003, just a month before Diwali, customers in Mumbai complained about finding worms in Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates. Quick to respond, the Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration seized the chocolate stocks manufactured at Cadbury's Pune plant.
In defense, Cadbury issued a statement that the infestation was not possible at the manufacturing stage and poor storage at the retailers was the most likely cause of the reported case of worms.
But the FDA didn't buy that. FDA commisioner, Uttam Khobragade told CNBC-TV18, "It was presumed that worms got into it at the storage level, but then what about the packing - packaging was not
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Depreciation is when the value of a certain item that the company owns decreases. For example: Depreciation cost = acquisition price (aanschaf waarde) – residual value : economic life.
Depreciation cost are 302,500 (vat included) = (first calculate excl. vat) 362.500 : 121% x 100 = 250.000
Depreciation cost = 250000-50.000 : 20(year) = 10.000
B) Determine the cost price
Normal production: 800.000,-
Actual production: 690.000,-
Cost price (cost + calculation method)
Gather all fixed costs and variable costs.
Lease cost = 30.000,-
Rent cost = 120.000,-
Insurance = 200.000,-
Depreciation cost = 47.648,-
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attraction experience and provide
an alternative to the demands from the general
public denied access to the Bournville factory tour,
which ceased due to health and safety practicalities
around the time of the merger between Cadbury
and Schweppes in 1969.
In setting up Cadbury World, in the face of strict health and safety and hygiene legislation,
the vision was to underpin the central message of “Cadbury means chocolate means fun”
with the interpretation of cocoa and Cadbury’s chocolate both past and present.
Responding to these principles, Cadbury World was conceived as a continuation of the
message “Cadbury means chocolate, means fun,” through the interpretation of cocoa and
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adobo__________8. Sound of guitar__________9. Temperature in Baguio__________10. Texture of the bedActivity 2Choose within the box the correct answer for the sensations below. Touch | Taste | Smell |
Sight | Hearing |
__________1. Taste of ampalaya__________2. Texture of silk cloth__________3. The beautiful music__________4. Fragrance of sampaguita__________5. Heat of boiling pot__________6.color of the rainbow__________7. Flavor of adobo__________8. Sound of guitar__________9. Temperature in Baguio__________10. Texture of the bedActivity 3: Describe the following using your sense organs Object | Shape | Size | Color | Texture |
Chocolate | | | | |
Calamansi | | | | |
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A cold winter night
We enjoy some hot chocolate
Near the warm fire
Leaves blowing in fall.
The calm breeze blowing my hair.
Leaves falling off trees.
The world melts away.
I listen to my music,
And express my mind.
I constantly think.
I express all my feelings.
A beautiful poem.
blowing my hair.
A wonderful cool breeze
making the trees sway all around.
Falling, glistening, dancing
They are all different.
There once was a young girl named Jill.
She swallowed a fly and grew ill.
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3. Benedict’s solution can be used to distinguish between monosaccharides and disaccharides. Why?
4. Benedict’s solution cannot be used to distinguish between two monosaccharides. Why?
Experiment 2: Starch Test
1. Fill in the table below with the results from the starch test experiment.
Results Starch Test
Color with Iodine Solution
2. Iodine solution is added to a chocolate chip cookie solution. The color changes to purple. Based on this result, what
biological molecules are present in the chocolate chip cookie solution?
3. What is the relationship between monosaccharides
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newspaper advertisement for a chocolate sauce that is discontinued at a reduced price. The sauce is a key ingredient in a special cake recipe he uses in his catering business. Todd attempts to make an online purchase of all the remaining sauce at the store nearest to him. The store advises it has sold out, even though it has 10 cases in inventory. Todd requests that the store obtain the chocolate sauce from two other stores within the 10-mile radius. Foodmart refuses, citing the contract. Todd sues, claiming the contract is not effective and he should receive all available chocolate sauce from all three stores at the sales price, or he should receive damages equal to the amount of money he would have made from selling cakes made with the chocolate sauce. Who wins? Analyze the contractual issues unique to e-commerce.
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Weaknesses in the Product Life Cycle
There are a couple of weaknesses in the product life cycle of Hershey. To begin with, candy sales are being lowered by health and wellness trends, which are not only a weakness for Hershey, but the entire chocolate and candy industries as a whole. In addition to that, Hershey has had price inflation for their products.
There has been an increase in consumer consciousness when it comes to the health risks related to foods with high sugar and salt products as well as high-fat and cholesterol foods. Consumers are giving more attention to the product labels of the items they purchase and are choosing to purchase the healthiest
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Who is important?
Where do they buy?
When do they buy?
D Jobber, Principles and Practice of Marketing, . 1998 McGraw-Hill
Consumer Behaviour Cont.
.What do customers wants?
.What role (s) do customers play?
.Customer as a user
.Customer as a buyer
.Customer as a payer
Decision making process
I’m hungry Problem recognition
What’s available? Information search
Fruit or chocolate? Information evaluation
I should’ve had fruit. Post-purchase
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findings showing that hardly any information is remembered because of the fact that this age group’s memory isn’t as strong as other age group’s so this is another reason to why we need to target different age group’s/respondents.
For the respondent they can either write down the answers or report them verbally to the moderator. If the respondent gave more than one word the moderator would not stop them, instead they would probe the respondent for further words e.g. for ‘chocolate’ they might give answers such as ‘treat’, ‘biscuit’, ‘Cadburys’, ‘temptation’ etc. Then the moderator could ask ‘why do you link chocolate with temptation?’ (Wilson (2003)). Although the implications of doing this
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did have a very good experience one year of trying a white chocolate coffee sampler before Christmas time in the one close to the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry station.
Most Starbucks in Hong Kong have big comfy sofas. You rarely find one without. My best friend, Elaine, loves to go to those where you can enjoy the Hong Kong Victoria Harbor view (coming soon link to Junk Boat ride page). If you are lucky enough to get a table next to the window, from my point of view, that is one of the most enjoyable moments in life.
You can find the Hong Kong Starbucks with harbour view in World Trade Centre, near Ocean Terminal and Harbour City.
The Starbucks in Prince Building has a very peaceful atmosphere.
During Chinese New Year, many companies in Hong Kong give out red pocket envelopes for free with their logos on them. Since I love Starbucks so much, I saved it as a collection.
- See more at: http://www.facts-about-hong-kong.com/Hong-Kong-Western-Franchised-Restaurants.html#sthash.3muMrpoT.dpuf
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. It is toxic to humans and can cause health worries on inhalation. This is one of the major Electronic Cigarette side effects.
Other than Diethylene Glycol, e-cigarettes also contain cancer-causing compounds like nitrosamines. If the cigarette accidentally breaks, humans may be exposed to such harmful components.
The marketing strategy of e-cigarettes has also come under criticism. Many electronic cigarette brands are being found to offer e-cigarettes in various flavours like mint, orange and chocolate. This can entice smokers as well as non-smokers. This actually promotes smoking rather than curbing it.
Some electronic cigarette juices have caramel and strawberry flavourings that may attract children into smoking.
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Marketing Mix of Kraft Foods
When a company, like Kraft food, look at an alteration in its promotion it can believe about four ground rules, which are documented as the marketing mix or 4Ps, explained below:
Kraft foods are one of the most versatile companies based in America. Over the many years, Kraft food is serving as one of the most famous, delicious and prominent brand. The major products of the company are in chocolate, coffee, candies, etc. brands. The company’s products are recognized as delicious. That’s the reason company states that being delicious is their main rival factor that differentiates it with other food brands. The corporation
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Case Study: The “Chip Ahoy! 1,000 Chips Challenge (p. 357): Answer a, b, c, e (NOT d, but you should read Question d as it gives you hints to solve Question e). You must calculate results by hand (though you may use any technology of your choice to verify your answers).
a. Obtain and interpret a point estimate for the mean number of chocolate chips per bag for all bags of Chips Ahoy! Cookies.
b. Construct and interpret a normal probability plot, box plot, and histogram of the data.
Normal Probability Plot: The data in the attached chart shows a straight diagonal line and this shows that the chips are distributed normally across the 42 bags of Chips Ahoy! Cookies
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, condensed milk, and vanilla. Pour the mixture in the moulds and cover with aluminum foil. Steam for about 15 - 20 minutes. Remove from the steamer. Cool it down before serving.
Chocolate Mousse Recipe
4 1/2 ounces bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped
2 tablespoons (1 ounce) unsalted butter, diced
2 tablespoons espresso or very strong coffee (I used decaf espresso from a local Starbucks)
1 cup cold heavy cream
3 large eggs, separated
1 tablespoon sugar
(Optional) Raspberries and extra whipped cream
1 Whip the cream to soft peaks, then refrigerate.
2 Combine the chocolate, butter, and espresso in the top of a double boiler over hot, but not simmering, water
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produces some of the best chocolate in the island. The factory was formed by Walter Nias in 1950. Fig 6 below shows a chocolate product of the Pioneer factory.
Popular product of the Pioneer factory. |
Fig 6 showing a product of Pioneer factory
Factors Influencing the Location
The location of factories in Williamsfield plays a very influential role. When one decides to do business in a particular location several factors must first taken into consideration. These main factors will be the availability of land, close reach for raw materials, sales of product and availability of labour.
Availability of Land
The Access to markets is an important factor which the
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My Teddy Bear
Carisa A. Paterson
I got my first teddy bear today. My mom and dad got it for me. She is a chocolate brown bear. She feels like a fresh pick peach she is as soft as a soft sheet. She is my best friend in the world, and her name is Mrs. Peach. Hey I am only five what do you take me for I am not that popular at kindergarten. We do everything together and it is so much fun. Such as play outside. We eat together and we love to take mud baths those are the most fun kind of baths. One day my mom told me if you keep that kind of playing with her that is she is going to get all ratty and dirty. I told her so what mom she is my best friend and we must do
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think it's unrealistic (and a disappointment) to go to college expecting to learn through osmosis. Sitting in class, doing the bare minimum on assignments, taking the tests, and putting in no effort outside of what's required to pass does not make good scientists, teachers, writers, engineers, psychologists, historians, or any other type of professional you could think of. Craving knowledge and understanding as if it were chocolate, however, will.
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. Haemophilus influenzae on the other hand can be .2 to .8 um and can be long like worms or even dots. The bacteria grew in both the blood agar and the chocolate agar because it grows when it has factors that are present in blood which is an agar at 80 degrees with blood added in.
2. Yes knowing that the child is unvaccinated really helps in knowing the diagnosis because a normal Hib Vaccination would have prevented Haemophilus influenza and all of the infections caused by it. Haemophilus Influenzae Type B is what Hib stands for and is usually given at 2 months, 4 months, 6 months and one year. If the child had received these vaccinations the child would not have the bacteria in their system
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commercially manufacture Chicken Spread in the world. The journey of successful launches continued with Sandwich Spread, Chocolate Spread, Olive Spread, Mayo Garlic and Natural Honey.
Today, Young's enjoys successful brand leadership in Mayonnaise and Spreads category throughout Pakistan. Young's is remarkably spreading in various parts of the world.
The corporate philosophy of Young's is based on stronger belief that all the benefits come from the Creator of whole Universe, Allah. At Young's, we believe that our organization is responsible to our Creator, our people and our business partners.
We will, Insha'Allah, be a brand of choice for consumers seeking
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pain does not reflect extent of disease
Perform exam during early menses; implants are more likely to be largest and most tender
1. Subtle or nonexistent in early stages of disease
2. Later stages: Think scaring and fibrosis: Uterosacral nodularity , fixed retroverted uterus, tender fixed adnexal mass
Diagnosis - Imaging
1. First line imaging - suspected endometriosis have pelvic ultrasounds
2. ONLY Definitive way to diagnosis endometriosis is through direct visualization with laparoscopy “: rust colored”, “powder burns”, “blue colored mulberry lesions”, “chocolate cyst” in ovaries
1. Expectant management: for minimal symptoms
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, making it very volatile. The volcano has become a very famous tourist spot; as a result, various establishments have been set up surrounding the lake. Due to its proximity to these establishments and human activities, the volcano is kept under close, tight watch for any signs of volcanic activities.
The Chocolate Hills
Another one of Philippine’s pride, this one is located in Bohol and is considered one of this place’s most famous attractions. The number of hills varies. Some say about 1,200 hills, others about 1,700 hills. Regardless of the number, the hills are, more or less, uniform in shape (about 30 to 50 meters). Why are they calledchocolate hills? Because these hills are covered
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inch pan topped off with three scopes of vanilla bean ice cream. The pizza cookie is offered in three different flavors, chocolate chip, white chocolate chip, and peanut butter. The dessert melts in your mouth, and is never disappointing.
Dominic’s always pleases me as a customer and anyone that I have introduced to Dominic’s falls in love just like I did. The atmosphere, service, and food are one of a kind, that will leave any customer coming back. My expectations of Dominic’s were exceeded and I guarantee anyone who goes will enjoy all aspects of the restaurant.
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A. Journal Entries
When the first time I entered L’Cokelat Day Spa, the employees greeted me politely with a big smile. Even though the place is not so big, but I felt a good environment there. The place is simply decorated, but the simplicity makes me comfortable in there plus the hospitality of the employees which makes me happy coming to L’Cokelat Day Spa. It was 12.30 pm, so there was no other customer there associated with the lunch time and the weekdays. Besides, I smelled a good flavor of chocolate which makes my body and mind relaxed since I entered. No need to wait for a long time, the receptionist directly showed me the menu of the variety of services. But, I disappointed with
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Arriving at Saint Butchers Mall, i felt my stomach grumble in pain. Thats when I realized that I hand't eaten anything throughout the day. I decide to take a stroll through the mall. Making get an ice cream or a burger.After all I deserved all of that after all that happened today. I soon spotted ColdStone. I love that shop. It has the best ice cream in the world. I knew that was the only thing that would make we feel better, i orders a caramel, chocolate and vanilla mixed ice cream with mixtures of a snickers bar and brownies in it. I was delicious!
Suddenly, I saw a familiar hair color. I looked closer. Very familiar indeed. I only know one person with that hair color. CHLOE! What was she doing here. If she didn't come to me, at least she should have stayed home. No! She decided to ditch me and hang out with these wannabe people. I felt anger rising inside me rapidly. I had enough energy to punch her hard in the face breaking her nose. How dare she do this to me.
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Plain hOT dOg chicken sTriPs Fish
Served with 2 eggs cooked any style, with ham, bacon or sausage. potatoes, biscuit and gravy 4.95 NY steak (10 oz.) and 2 eggs cooked any style, potatoes, toast and jelly 8.45 1 egg with sausage, bacon or ham, with American or Swiss cheese served on a muffin or toast with potatoes 4.25 Served with Eggbeaters®, grilled turkey, tomato slices and toast 5.25
cOunTry BreakFasT sTeak and eggs
Mickey MOuse Pancakes
With small milk or juice 3.25
BreakFasT sandWich healThy BreakFasT
Homemade 1.65 With whipped cream 1.95 Chocolate, strawberry 2.95
hOMeMade cOrned BeeF hash
Served with 2 eggs
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chosen to name his bread company Gardenia.
Types of Breads: Classic white bread regular size, Classic white bread thick size,
High-fiber whole wheat bread, High-fiber wheat raisin loaf,
Slim n Fit wheaten bread, Chocolate chip loaf, California raisin loaf
Premium pandesal, whole wheat bun, Twiggies, Cream roll, FunBun,
Muffic, Butter toast, Toast-garlic
Starts venture at: Malaysia, Philippines, India, China, Thailand
Successfully operates: Singapore (vending machine)
Distribution channels: TESCO, Seven-eleven, other supermarkets and grocery stores
• is the network of the activities involved in
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Unos alumnos han decidido abrir una pequeña fábrica de tabletas de chocolate y quieren producir dos tipos: “Rico Rico” y “Sabroso”. Ambos chocolates son elaborados principalmente con azúcar, nuez y cacao. Actualmente los alumnos cuentan con 250 kg de azúcar, 50 kg de nuez y 380 kg de cacao. La mezcla empleada para elaborar el “Rico Rico” debe contener cuando menos 20% de azúcar, 15% de nueces y 30% de cacao. La mezcla empleada para preparar el “Sabroso” debe contener por lo menos 20% de cacao, 10% de azúcar y no debe contener nueces. Las tabletas de chocolate pesan 100 g cada una y los estudiantes estiman que pueden
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integration. On the demand side of the network, we have customers and consumers. They are two distinct categories because the customers are the one that buys and the consumers are the one that consume those goods. However, sometime the customers can be the consumers but not in every situation. For example, a mother that buys a chocolate for her son who going to eat it.
On the supply side, one of the first-tier suppliers is ‘Staedtler’ South Africa which is a manufacturer of stationaries and which is defined as a non-food category (Checkers, 2013c). On the second-tier supplier, Staedlter have mills where pens and pencil are manufactured. Furthermore, on the third-tier supplier, Staedlter have
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needs and Christian Nelson was able
to spot one. When working in a confectionery store, Nelson was confronted by a little
boy’s indecision between a chocolate bar and a scoop of ice cream. The idea of
combining the two products gave birth to America’s first chocolate-covered ice-cream
In 1921 Christian Nelson commercialized his innovation under the name of “IceScream-Bar”. One year later, Eskimo Pie brand name resulted from a partnership with
Russel Stover, who later exited the company in 1923. This partnership was beneficial in
many ways: the creation of a mechanism to collect royalties and the design of a
glamorous tin foil wrapper manufactured and supplied by the U.S. Foil
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17% chocolate chip and chunks. of chocolate.
Ben & Jerry’s target their ice cream at younger people, mostly teenagers.
Ben and Jerry’s target the younger market by using unique paper like animations in their campaigns and tv adverts, they also use bright bold lettering and colours on their packaging making them stand out. Their brand has a young feel which is another attraction to younger people. This group is targeted more because generally younger people eat ice cream and this would of been found out by doing market research.
Demographically Ben & and Jerry’s markets their products in high populated ares such as cities, towns, villages and more. They will tend not to market their
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-> typical restaurant often expensive • If you’re going in a Russian’s house -> show that he respects you ->bring chocolate and take off your shoes
• How is going negotiation in Russia? Quickly, directly enter into the subject Only written and signed contract have any value Never refuse to drink a shooter of vodka -> end the negotiation Most of the time, ended in the Banya • How are Russian at work? Disorganized, not punctual, direct person for saying the things. The social aspect of relationship is not important
• How are relationships with Russians? Directly use the “you” Never make compromise Importance of the people’s personality • Main difference with French at work
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personal computer from among the nearly 100 ads she had seen in the three magazines. However, she could recount in detail the articles she read and even recalled the titles of articles that she did not read. How can you explain this?
This can be explained by the amount of attention that the women had given to the advertisement. She may have ‘skimmed’ over the ad but payed greater attention to the articles as they were of interest to her.
Describe how manufacturers of chocolate bars can apply their knowledge of differential threshold to packages and prices during periods of: a) Rising ingredient costs b) Increasing competition c) Heightened consumer awareness regarding nutrition and
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they were being pampered in a five-star spa. Every Monday we provided the ladies with manicures and painted their nails any color of their liking. This pampering service allows the women to keep their sense of beauty. They enjoyed showing off their freshly painted nails to the other residents of the hall. Another game the residents looked forward to was “Lima bean.” Lima bean took place in an auction type setting. The residents were each given twenty-five lima beans to begin their bidding and could bid any number of beans desired for each item. The items ranged from a box of hot chocolate, laundry detergent, Christmas sweaters, or various blankets for the residents.
Lastly, for their
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being tested at the .01 rather than the .05 level of significance?
8. Why should we think in terms of “failing to reject” the null rather than just accepting it?
9. When is it appropriate to use the one-sample z test?
10. What similarity does a z test have to a simple z or standard score?
11. For the following situations, write out a research hypothesis:
a. Bob wants to know if the weight loss for his group on the chocolate-only diet is representative of weight loss in a large population of middle-aged men.
b. The health department is charged with finding out if the rate of flu per thousand citizens for this past flu season is comparable to the average rate of
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supply. What is the product, and why do you think it became scarce? What happened to the price of the product when it was scarce? (3-6 sentences. 2.0 points) During World War 2, there was scarcity of chocolates. As chocolate was sent to soldiers for their meal which they could carry easily and it was a food which was fresh for several days. Due to this chocolates became scare in world war 2 and thus the price of chocolates increased
11. Describe a product, and then give an example of a time when the demand for this product might be high and the demand for this product might be low. (2-4 sentences. 2.0 points) Well a Christmas tree is a really high product in December since that’s when