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Water an Overlooked Essential Nutrient Term Paper

… Water: An Overlooked Essential Nutrient.

A new battle is raging in Congress concerning Gatorade and enhanced water products in school vending machines. Should they be considered junk food and not allowed? or, are they truly of value to the students? According to an article in the September 26, 2007, Washington Post, public health advocates to ban the sale of Gatorade and Powerade, which normally contain up to two-thirds the sugar of sodas and more sodium, in addition to waters such as Vitamin Water and SoBe Life Water. Too much sodium intake by young people could surge high blood pressure. Nutritionists stipulate that sports drinks are not as healthful as claimed. A 12-ounce bottle of Gatorade Rain contains 75 calories, 21 grams of sugar and 165…. [read more]

Should the Government Ban Bottled Water? Research Paper

… ¶ … Bottled Water Be Banned?

Why are Americans, Europeans, and other citizens around the globe buying bottled water in such enormous quantities? What is wrong with the water their communities provide? These questions are the essence of the issues addressed in this paper and these are the salient questions that need to be answered in order to understand why billions of plastic bottles are filled with water and sold in supermarkets and elsewhere every year. If a family cannot be certain that the water they drink from the tap in their kitchens is truly safe, what is their alternative?

According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), among the most respected and visible conservation and environmental organizations, "pollution and deteriorating, out-of-date plumbing" are delivering…. [read more]

Voss Water International Marketing Plan for the Turkish Term Paper

… Voss Water

Today, Turkey is emerging as an increasingly important nation that serves as a bridge between the Middle East and the European Union and points beyond. Turkey's full membership in the European Union appears to be a matter of when rather than if, and the Turkish population has enjoyed the economic benefits of a secular state seeking to become a full partner in the international community. Cities such as Ankara and Istanbul are becoming a cosmopolitan amalgam of the best that Europe, the Middle East and Asia have to offer, and the growing Turkish middle class is eager to spend their discretionary income on Western goods that communicate good taste and top-notch quality as evidence of their new affluence. In this environment, there are…. [read more]

De Beers and Coca Cola Essay

… It is important for De Beers to focus on their footprints in the environment in the operations that they perform. The main operations of De Beer have been certified. In order to create an opportunity to make a product that is different from everyone else's, the company is also developing a brand of luxury goods and diamonds (Reilly, 2004). It also created a joint venture with successful companies in LVMH in 2001 and also opened a store in Tokyo by the name of De Beers LV. It was very frustrating for the company to open the stores in the U.S.A. which they strongly desired because the U.S. government put a ban on their business due to the alleged violations and mistrust (Business Write, 2003).

De…. [read more]

Pepsico Global Supply Chain Thesis

… Pepsico Global Supply Chain

Corporate Issues in the PepsiCo Global Supply Chain

Company Background

Identification of Issues

PepsiCo's Competition

Environmental and Safety Issues

Association to Junk

In today's dynamic context, organizations strive to improve and maintain a highly competitive edge. They engage in operations to increase the quality of their products and services, they strive to increase customer satisfaction and employees' on the job satisfaction, and they also engage in corporate operations destined to lead to the development of the communities where the entities operate. All these actions have the ultimate scope of increasing and consolidating the market share and consequently the corporate revenues.

The specialized literature and the actual practice are filled with numerous examples of entities that have become the epitome of organizational…. [read more]

Harmful Effects of Plastic on the Environment Essay

… Plastic Bags & the Environment

Plastics in the Environment: Problem and Solutions

Plastic pollution in the oceans and on dry land is a terrible plague that needs to be addressed through responsible environmental management. This is not a new concept, as plastic has been an eyesore and an ecological miscreant for many years. This paper delves into the ongoing problem of plastic's polluting effects on the environment, using research from scholarly and other reliable sources. The paper will also reference sources that present solutions to the problem of plastics within the planet's natural environment.

What is the problem and how long has it been going on? "…Plastic pollution is killing millions of birds, fish, whales, seals and sea turtles," according to marine scientists referenced in…. [read more]

Marketing Discuss Product Service Terms Essay

… Segmentation variables to be used for the market include age, income levels, gender, social class, education background, ethnic background and lifestyles Ferrell & Hartline, 2010.

The bottled water will be targeted at persons aged between 15 and 64 years of age who make up 65.2 per cent of the population Central Intelligence Agency, 2012()

with women being the major target gender. The product will be targeted at low to middle class persons who are the most unlikely to have access to clean supplies of water. The education background of the target market includes individuals who have reached the secondary level of education who will be able to appreciate the difference in quality and purity of bottled water over tap water. The product will be targeted…. [read more]

Toxicology of Bisphenol a Health Article Review

… Some would say, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." These folks would argue that it is in the countries' best interests to maintain production and use of BPA. They may claim that there are general risks in life and consuming a small amount of BPA in one's lifetime is not worth risking the economic futures or stability of a country. These are the same perspectives that have a disregard for human life. These people do not place value on humans, particularly ones that are not wealthy. If and when those in power experience a similar degree of vulnerability, perhaps their attitudes will shift. Perhaps by that time, we will have passed a moment when there were options available.


Aschberger, K., Castello, P., Hoekstra,…. [read more]

Bisphenol-A the Organic Compound Article Review

… However, there is the other side of the debate. Proponents of the use of BPA argue that it is an integral component of the manufacturing of many products and that the ban of the compound would be detrimental to their industries, worsening the already weak economy. They also feel that the normal human interaction with BPA is not enough to have the negative side effects that the research groups are talking about. Only through high amounts of exposure to the compound can an individual experience the potential side effects of interaction. After BPA was banned in Canada, the country became aware of how prevalent the product was (Mittlestaedt 2010). Bisphenol A was included in nearly every food and beverage can or bottle sold in the…. [read more]

Production of Food Products Research Paper

… These animals are forced to eat food that would ordinarily not be part of their natural diet in the interest of producing a less expensive meat product for the consumer.

The ill effects of factory farming are felt not only the animals involved in the process. The effects are more far reaching than that. Among the other effects are the human illness caused by the drug-resistant bacteria associated with the wide-spread use of antibiotics and water and air pollution caused by the inordinately large accumulation of animal waste. Ordinarily neither of these conditions presents itself on a traditional family farm. On such farms the animals are provided living conditions more conducive to their historical environment. As a result, they are subject to less exposure to…. [read more]

Recycling, Reducing Term Paper

… It is for this reason that most manufacturers of plastic materials have embraced a coding system that is of great relevance when it comes to identifying the various kinds of plastics for recycling purposes. On being washed and inspected at the recycling plant, plastics are cut into small flakes which are then separated, dried, and later on melted. The resulting liquid is further cleaned by being fed through a screen, from where it is dispensed in the form of long strands. After being cooled, the said strands are chopped into small bits or pallets and then sent out to producers/manufacturers of new products.


In the words of McKinney and Schoch (2003, p. 455), "about 38% of America's municipal solid waste is composed of paper…. [read more]

Recycling and Proposes That for the Good Term Paper

… ¶ … recycling and proposes that for the good of the environment it is something that should be implemented world wide. There were 10 sources used to complete this paper.

For as long as history remembers man has used the earth's natural resources to provide what it needed for survival. As man continued to evolve members of society began to want items and services of comfort in addition to basic survival. If resources that were available naturally did not provide those needs, man invented products and items that would suffice. Often times those products were not made of material that would be absorbed in their entirety and society began to place the left over materials from their use in various landfills, oceans and other places…. [read more]

International Regulation of Tourism Term Paper

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Lake Vostok has since become one of the few causes of disagreement between the international college of nations with interests in Antarctica; the Lake Vostok problems will be outlined later in this report. It is notable, however, even before the controversy and scientific quandaries that have vexed scientists and nations the past few years. Not since 1858, when Africa explore John Speke first stood on the banks of Lake Victoria, the headwaters of the Nile, has a formerly undiscovered body of water of such magnitude been added to the map of the globe. (In the case of Lake Victoria, however, it was only a 'discovery' to Europeans and Americans and those of other continents; Africans had known of it all along. The same cannot…. [read more]

Correctly Identify Opportunities and Threats Essay

… Such alternatives can be emphasized so that a positive market image of soap or detergent, since allergies are complex and not always the cause of one irritant, whether chemical or otherwise. Also, one can direct attention to non-irritant products that the particular soap and detergent company produces that can also do the job ("Skin reactions," 2005).

While it is necessary to mollify public opinion and government regulation and law, one must know the problems that one has ownership over and make sure that the finger is getting pointed in the right direction for the right reason. In this way, we can use our knowledge of the physiological and psychological needs of customers to market and portray the product in a correct way and in the…. [read more]

Coca-Cola in India Term Paper

… Coca Cola in India

Coca Cola

Coca cola stands in the list of leading brands of the world. In the year 2006, it was listed in the global ranking of top hundred brands. Sprite, fanta, coca-cola and diet coke are the leading products of this brand. Cherry coke, Vanilla coke and Lemon coke are the other brand extensions of coca cola. During the last few years, the company for promotion made heavy investment, due to which it has acquired a recognized name in the market. According to a report, researchers found that after the term "ok? The most recognized term among the people is "Coca-Cola" (Bell, 2003, pg 23).

At present, different products of coca cola are available in over two-hundred countries around the whole…. [read more]

Business Ethics Does Business Have a Role Essay

… Business Ethics

Does business have a role in putting a value on a human life? Should it take the lead from government agencies or an individual's own spending preferences? If people tend to act recklessly (speeding, amateur body piercing, using over the counter medications to excess, or misusing products, like using a lawnmower to trim a hedge) should the government step in? Should business be held liable?

Past a certain point, there is only so much liability that a corporation can be expected to bear for the misuse of its products. After all, if every car company were held liable for every incident that an individual got into an accident when speeding, we would all have to return to the days of horses and buggies…. [read more]

World War 1 Trench Warfare Thesis

… ¶ … trench warfare used during the war, including strategies, weapons, and conditions in the trenches. Trench warfare reached its height in World War I, and the trenches were horrific for the soldiers who had to fight in them. They had to live in these hellholes as well as fight in them, and living in them was tremendously miserable.

Initially, trench warfare was not the order of the day when World War I began. At the beginning of the war, both sides deployed mounted cavalry units on horseback, but weapons like the machine gun made these outmoded tactics ineffectual and impractical. The Germans dug the first trenches of the war in 1914 on the Western Front of the war, forcing the Allied American and British…. [read more]

Histories of the World Essay

… This merely fanned the flames of discontent and the coffeehouse is cited as important gathering-place that motivated opposition to the government, which eventually cumulated in the French Revolution and the overthrow of the monarchy. "It literally began at a cafe" (Standage 170).

'Coke is it:' The cultural power of Coca-Cola

In contrast to the other beverages in Standage's book, Coca-Cola seems something of an outlier, in terms of what it represents as a beverage. Coke is a processed, manufactured food, versus the other beverages which have at least some origin in nature, whether in fermentation of grains or fruits, coffee beans, or tea leaves. But Coca-Cola clearly was one of the most innovative beverages of the 20th century (the 21st century remains an open question,…. [read more]

Organization Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Essay

… 4 million annual net loss." She also further states that many companies are lurking to take over the business and one of the forerunners is SABMiller from UK. Clearly, the earlier plan of acquiring wine business and spending more money on marketing has backfired.


CSR should be an integral part of every company's policy because of the potential benefits it can bring to the brand as well as the image of the company in the long run. From the above two cases, it is clear that the CSR policy of Tiger Beer has helped it to gain a foothold in the crowded market of breweries in Asia while Victoria Bitter is struggling with its sales and is losing its market share to competitors. Other…. [read more]

Employee Communication at Coca-Cola India Essay

… ¶ … Employee Communication at Coca-Cola India

Response to:

Coca-Cola India


Brian's analysis of the current financial condition of Coca-Cola and their previous legal issues is outstanding. His analysis of the current financial condition of Coca-Cola, and the exposure the company has due to the many quality problems in the Indian supply chain provide insight into how myopic the company has been in quality management and Corporate Social Responsibility. The further analysis of current legal issues that are diverse in nature, from the lawsuits regarding discrimination, to the lack of quality standards on their water and soft drinks. The current situation analysis involving the role of Sanjiv Gupta is a strong foundation yet lacks enough detailed enough plan to turn around the quality crisis…. [read more]

Marketing Analysis for the Olde Distillerie Term Paper

… Marketing Analysis for the Olde Distillerie

The spirits industry the world over has been faced with some tough challenges in recent years as more and more consumers make the switch to wine and beer. The Olde Distillerie has not been immune to these trends either. This company is a small independent Scotch whisky distillery based in Dumfrieshire, South-west Scotland. As a consequence of the stagnant/declining UK market, the company has decided to investigate the sales potential overseas. The purpose of this study is to provide the first stage (secondary data) of a comprehensive research program by identifying one market that can subsequently be explored in greater depth through primary research. The market environment for four potential countries is provided to this end (i.e., Eire the…. [read more]

History of Coca-Cola Company (Coke) Term Paper

… There was also no reported harassment of Americans during the disturbances that took place in October 2001. Travelers should avoid travel to areas bordering Afghanistan and Iraq.

Competitive Analysis of Market in Iran

Although it might not accord with American perceptions of life in Tehran, soft drinks are in fact very popular in this conservative Muslim country. However, in the absence of large U.S. And European soft drink companies the market for sodas is highly fragmented. There is also a robust market in juices and the "re-emergence of an almost static bottled water market" as well as a growing interest on the part of a number of companies in selling non-alcoholic beer.

The company's ability to expand its presence into Iraq, while very difficult in…. [read more]

Alcoholic Beverage Industry Term Paper

… " (Scottish & Newcastle UK profits slip) Even the year of 2003 did not seem to be very good for the company as the increase in profits was just 1% to 471 million pounds, on an increased sale of 4.28 billion pounds. The increase in sales was by 3.4% and this was due to the fact that the company absorbed the makers of cider in Portugal named Bulmer and Central de Cervejas/Luso. The fall in profits was due to both the impact of the acquisition, disposals and movements in foreign exchange. (Scottish & Newcastle UK profits slip)

The total drop was by 1.4%, though the profit from beer in UK was by a larger amount of 8.1%, and the profits were only 148 million pounds.…. [read more]

Make Up Research Proposal

… ¶ … Status of the Global Cosmetics Industry

Throughout history, men and women have sought to improve their appearance through the use of various lotions, creams and other preparations that typically fall under the umbrella terms make-up and cosmetics today. Beginning around the mid-19th century, the cosmetics industry gained momentum and has since become a multi-billion dollar global enterprise. The early use of make-up, though, was restricted to various natural ingredients that were used to enhance and highlight the appearance of both men and women, but that has changed in substantive ways today and an enormous variety of ingredients, some of which are not particularly healthy or safe for use, go in to the manufacture of cosmetics. Nevertheless, the use of make-up remains a virtually…. [read more]

Politics of Food Research Paper

… Political Science

Politics of Food

Food politics refers to the political aspects that are related to the manufacture, control, regulation, inspection and delivery of food. These politics are often influenced by the ethical, cultural, medical and environmental factors that concern appropriate farming, agricultural and retailing methods and regulations. Government guidelines often have a major influence in the making, safety, and allocation of food. The government often has power over the appropriate storage and preparation of foods. The enforcement of these rules has been strongly influenced by the public. As a result the examination of food has become a job of the government (Political Economy of Food, 2010).

Whether it is pursuing the 100-Mile Diet or eating less meat, declining bottled water, eating organic or sustaining…. [read more]

World Trade Organization (WTO) Term Paper

… Furthermore, it discourages industrialization in developing countries. Exporting raw materials to richer countries for processing is cheaper than developing their own manufacturing. They are thus reduced to a very small share of production. These poor countries also rely on only one or two raw commodities for their national earnings, hence the sudden and unfair increase of tariffs can further limit their potential for economic growth.

Environmental Deterioration is one more problem. Overuse of fertilizers and chemicals, overgrazing and dumping agricultural by-products into rivers and steams pollute air and water quality and damage the soil.

Everywhere in the world, farmers demand an entirely different approach to agriculture and trade. They want one that realistically addresses food sovereignty, security and the preservation and promotion of rural livelihood.…. [read more]

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