Name : Ereny wassim boshra Id : 1451510217 The First question : Strengths 1- wendy’s international are considered the third largest fast-food hamburger business in the world, although it reported higher revenues in 2002 than did Burger King. 2- The company as a whole generated $2.73 billion in revenues in 2002, up 14.2 percent from the previous year. With headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, the corporation operated over 9,000 restaurants in 33 countries worldwide. 3- One very important innovation contributed by Wendy’s was a special value menu that consisted of about 10 items that could be purchased for 99 cents. 4- in 1976 had its first public offering of 1 million shares at dollar 28 per share.
Mars, Inc. owns 30.2% of the market, Hershey Company owns 27.7% and Kraft Foods, Inc. owns 7.2% followed by other companies who own 34.9% of the market. Grandma’s Best has a good market performance with a 4.62% compound annual growth for the period of 2013-2015, that is greater than the 1.9% forecasted for the United States market from 2011-2016 (businesswire.com).
Dunkin' Donuts is the world's largest chain of coffee houses. Dunkin' Donuts is a market leader in the hot regular/decaf/flavored coffee, iced coffee, donut, bagel and muffin categories.  Dunkin' Donuts has earned the No. 1 ranking for customer loyalty in the coffee category by Brand Keys for 10 years running in the U.S. The company has more than 12,000 restaurants in 45 countries worldwide.
• 82% want the shop to be open longer. • 65% said that the staff were unfriendly. • 50% said that the contents of the sandwiches should be fresher. • 80% said that they would prefer more wraps. With the results I have found during the questionnaire with 200 customers I will improve my sandwich shop by: • Making more plain sandwiches without salad for the children and some breakfast rolls.
Well look no further for the biggest doughnut ever recorded, although it was not just a single doughnut, was made from the Australian doughnut company Doughnut King. It was created on December 5th, 2007, and consisted of over 90,000 single doughnuts, half a ton of icing, and about 66 pounds of sprinkles. This monster was created for The Simpson Movie’s DVD release. In total, it weighed 3.5 tons and 20 feet across. If someone were to ask you which country consumes the most doughnuts, you would probably instantly think the USA, right.
Over a millennium of years later, Jacob Fussell, a dairyman from Baltimore, opened a commercial ice cream factory in Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania. This began the manufacturing of delicious ice cream that is presently enjoyed. However, grocery stores did not start selling ice cream until the 1930’s, and it became so mainstream and well known after World War II. In 1943, the U.S. Armed Forces was the worlds largest ice cream manufacturer. Ice cream has been around in multitude of
Today, most of us could recognize the ‘twist, lick and dunk ‘ cookies. Needless to say, it has become part of the twentieth century culture, it is Oreo. From the small start of Nabisco's bakery in New York City, Oreo has grown into the 21st century best-selling cookie brand that produces $ 1.5 billion in global annual revenue. Oreo is one of the brand name out of a dozen million companies, owned by Kraft Foods Inc. Today, Oreo has become a global brand that has presence in more than 100 countries for most of 100 years of its existence. With a consistency of being simple, clear and cohesive, Oreo has successfully designed their strong ads and content.
PANCAKE The word pancakes appears in print as early as 1430. Pancakes may have been around since Neolithic humans domesticated einkorn wheat, ground it into flour mixed with bird’s egg and goat’s milk and poured the batter on a heated rock. The Romans as revealed in the cookbook by Apicius made dishes similar to modern pancakes. Medieval pancakes, frequently made form barley or rye and lacking leavening, were relatively heavy affairs. They were quite different from contemporary fluffy or tender versions.
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW HISTORY Chocolate manufacturing in USA started as early as the colonial period when Physician Dr. James Baker and Irish immigrant John Hannon opened New England’s first chocolate factory in 1765 at a water-powered mill in Massachusetts. Baker’s Chocolate sold hard cakes of chocolate that the colonists ground and mixed with boiling water to make hot chocolate. Drinking chocolate was also considered patriotic during the colonial period when taxes were levied on tea by the Townsends Tea Act. Chocolate was also used a ration for its revolutionary fighters. Post colonisation, chocolate became more affordable when Milton Hershey began producing large masses of low-priced milk chocolates.
It represents one of several plant and cell-based alternatives to chicken eggs, which have been used for decades to make vaccines but are seen as slow and expensive. Besides that, molecular farming on animal should have higher cost for safety, storage and transport rather than molecular farming on plants. So, with the molecular farming in plants can produce more flu vaccine for China and sell that flu vaccine with the cheaper price because lower cost, storage and