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    Many people get chronic disease because of unhealthy daily food intake such as convenience foods. Convenience foods are defined as those commercial products that prepared by various processing steps using high technology equipment and safe to eat. Convenience foods are easy to find and it will decrease preparation steps and time for consumer. Generally, convenience foods are referring to canned foods, frozen foods, fast foods or mixed foods. It is one of the most popular dishes in the community now, for example bread, frozen vegetables, and salty foods. Convenience foods have less of essentials nutrients such as vitamins and water, which is needed to maintain the health and function of all system in the body. Intake of the large amount of the…

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    Buster Shop Case Study

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    Product Strategy Buster’s emphases are on friendly service and good quality of products that fit the requirements of people in their workplace. We do not just follow what selling in super markets or franchised convenience stores. We focus on customization. The following listed are the key categories for Buster’s. A) Pre-wrapped sandwiches : Homemade sandwiches with 4 different choices of fillings : egg and ham, beef, chicken breast and assorted vegetables. These are basic…

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    Did you ever sacrifice your happiness for your loved ones? Did you ever give someone a second chance because you love them? Do you think someone can sacrifice their life to save their family? In the play Kim’s convenience by Ins Choi and in the memoir Thura’s diary by Thura Al-Windawi, some characters had to make sacrifices for their family, to give them a second chance to relive their life in a way they always wanted. In the memoir, Thura’s diary Thura’s father had to make to make a sacrifice…

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    Target Convenience Store

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    Target has lenience in purchase Target with its performance that it initially has as a convenience store is the most effective and conceptual one which has several benefits you will want to certainly have as there is understatement that it was just a convenience store but rather a merchandise store which had common ground that the target store had accomplished since its early times. There is a reflection which has been looked upon with this store that has been around for a century or so with…

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    Interestingly, the convenient diet was the one that costed a lot more to pull off (refer to figure 2) in order to be convenient and save a lot of trouble cleaning dishes or cooking. If I had personally take on a convenience diet, I would end up buying a lot of those microwaveable heat up meals since they are very convenient and do not require much effort in cooking or cleaning. The issue with taking on such a diet is that the environmental impact index would become very high, because it’s very…

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    Because social media is a great and convenient way for people to interact with others, there will often be a heavy celebrity influence. Many celebrities, while they are famous, are not that different from normal people, in that they may have terrible grammar as well; often, they can be negligent, purposely using wrong forms of words, abbreviating unnecessary words for conveniences, and producing incoherent thoughts. When it pertains to many celebrities writing incorrectly, people often choose…

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    Sure, I can make or purchase it fresh, but I will have to accommodate time to prepare it - or wait in some line versus conveniently purchasing bread that’s made with preservation in mind and having it ready within arm’s reach. The more I explore about bread, the more I believe my viewpoint is construed. I am probably just ill informed on how I can preserve fresh bread and believe in the importance of convenience instead of finding an alternative. This may be the issue I have to look into, as it…

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    This book shows Mike´s kindness towards others, his love for his foster parent Riel. Mike keeps his feelings private at the beginning of the book, but as he gets more comfortable and starts to realize he needs to share his feelings with someone else, by the end of the book. Mike was told by the detectives one day that his friend Sal was in the hospital from last night. Sal had got beaten up brutally by the two guys how robbed the convenience store that Cecilia Lee worked at. That same day…

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    It seems today that the convenience of the drive-thru sways individuals when deciding whether their food is healthy enough to eat. As times are changing and more Americans are concerned about their weight restaurants such as McDonalds’s believe that are helping in the fight against obesity by adding the calorie amounts to their menu. Many people enjoy the convenience of fast food restaurants, although just a few years back they had very little information about what was in the food they were…

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    7-Eleven Case Study

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    Convenience stores have come a long way since the first one was founded in 1927. The first 7-eleven was founded in Dallas, Texas as the Southland Ice Company. It started out as “Tote’m” stores where they sold blocks of ice to the local community. One night, after a football game, the store got so busy that the employees forgot to close up the store. This is when the idea of staying open 24/7 came about. “Tote’m” then changed its name to “7-eleven” as a play on the store hours because they were…

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