In the article “Should Candy and Soda be Banned from Schools?” by Tom Vilsack and J. Justin Wilson it ask two different people whether candy and soda should be forbidden in schools. Tom Vilsack is with soda and candy being banned from schools one of his arguments is that both soda and candy lead to child obesity. On the other hand J. Justin Wilson is against soda and candy being banned from schools his argument one of his arguments is that the government shouldn’t decide what is drank and eaten during schools hours. Although, both have good arguments, candy and soda shouldn't be banned. Candy and soda shouldn’t be banned from school property.
In the Washington times article by Samantha Gross, Joy Dubost, a nutritionist who works for the National Restaurant Association, explains what problems that limiting soda can cause. ‘“It’s not reasonable to blame or cite one product,”’ she said, adding that the proposal, “produces a false sense of accomplishment in the fight against obesity”’ (Gross, p.g 2). In other words, banning the amount of soda that can be sold won’t solve many health problems as, obesity doesn’t originate from one source. The ban also implies that people won’t have to worry about obesity and other health crisis because they will presume that everything has been cured due to this one mandate. Not only does this mean that the ban doesn’t solve anything but it also makes sure people will stray away from issues that need to be addressed and therefore, limiting the amount of soda a person can purchase is a unproductive concept.
Furthermore, Herbert says he is worried about the usage or the similar slogans would diminish its effectiveness. To counter that, Seaver states that, “Those who read our ad may well tend to go out and buy a Coke rather than our book…” He then continues to say they are fine with giving Coca-Cola this benefit. This once again mocks Herbert’s arguments because if Coca-Cola’s slogan is that well known, the book company would be advertising for Coca-Cola. This also indicates that people are unlikely to read a Coke ad and go out to buy a book so Herbert shouldn’t be worried about the slogan being less effective. The tone Seaver uses makes fun of Herbert’s letter and renders his arguments feeble, which increases the effectiveness of the Grove Press
For instance, to run a success business, a firm must know how to dissolve in different culture. Coca-Cola knows people from different culture, so they use their innovation to mix different cultures. Coca-cola came out with cans of Coca-Cola drinks with design of Chinese New Year during festive seasons to boost up their sales and celebrating festives with their customers. Coca-Cola focus more on market and work smart. Generally, comparing with old generation, Coca-Cola seems more popular in the younger groups.
Costco looks to buy from local suppliers in order to cut down on distribution costs and appeal to the local tastes. This also benefits the local economy by supporting local businesses which in turn benefits Costco. Another reason why Costco globalizes is to stay ahead of its competitors, which prevents them from being a threat in the future. By expanding its market reach far and wide, Costco is safer from shifts in the market related to prices and products. It has many inflows of profit from all of its stores that it can rely on.
Comparing these beverages to alcohols, the only difference one may be able to identify is that alcohol is not marketed to minors whereas these caffeine-rich products are, which just makes the case worse. Which is also why I strongly think there should be a legal drinking age be imposed on energy drinks. We being the educated individuals that we are, should become more vigilant. Knowledge is power and alerting each other to the possible danger of these beverages is vital. I hope each one of y'all will take back some learning from my speech and try to create awareness and educate others about this matter and think twice before consuming energy drinks.
In the article “Should Candy and Soda be Banned from Schools?” by Tom Vilsack and J.Justin Wilson, Vilsack argues that sugary foods and drinks should be banned from schools, while Wilson disagrees and states that sugary foods and drinks should not be banned from schools. I agree with Wilson because taking away a kids privilege to make their own choices, and forcing them to do something, makes them more dependent. Wilson states in the article “Researchers call this the “forbidden fruit theory,” because we often crave what we’re not allowed to have”. I have noticed from personal experience that when something that is banned is more tempting than something you have permission to do or have. In the news there are always reports on drug dealing and other crimes being very popular, why?
The rebranding campaign should not focus on natural and organic foods for various reasons. Whole Foods is no longer the only company that is promoting these values. Natural and organic foods are available everywhere, which can be seen at Walmart and Kroger. In essence the only difference among these brands is the price, which is usually more at Whole Foods and is what is currently affecting their financial performance. A branding campaign focusing on differentiators besides price is a good idea.
Schools around the nation ban soda and candy from their campus while other schools allow their students to have candy and soda. Some schools say it’s too unhealthy for their students so they provide just the school food because it’s healthy and nutritious. Other schools do allow their students to drink soda and candy because their students often crave different things instead of just school food. Through my perspectives I say we should not ban soda and candy. I say we shouldn’t ban soda and candy because us students do crave it.
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