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    Case Study Of Mango

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    Introduction In tropical countries mango is usually titled as king of fruits because of its exotic flavor and smell. Myanmar is one of tropical countries that produce mangoes. Among thousands of varieties, Sein-Talone is Myanma Original mango species, which is best of the best among its varieties. We started exporting it to Singapore and received positive market responses. Since our first international market expansion is quite successful, we plans to export to another new market, Korea, which is still in the process. Furthermore, we choose Japan as the third international market for our lush mangoes. Japan is East Asian, Pacific Oceania island country. Its economy is third largest in the world and world’s fourth largest in exporting and importing. Since Japan shows convincing business opportunities we conducted SWOT analysis and marketing strategies to penetrate Sein-Talone into Japan market. Entire research has two parts and this paper presents the first part of the study, which is SWOT analysis and possible international market entry modes. S.W.O.T Analysis To know the survival possibility of our mango in Japan market, we conducted Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat Analysis based on external-level, internal-level and industry-level investigations. Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats External-level Investigation For external-level, we used P.E.S.T.E.L framework to get critical facts and figures, which will be useful…

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    Prunus Case Study

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    Rosaceae consists of approximately 100 genera and 3000 species including several types of fruits with economic importance and health benefits. Rosaceae is divided into 4 subfamilies with basic chromosome numbers of x = 7 (Rosoideae), 8 (Prunoideae) and 9 (Spiraeoideae), x = 17 (Maloideae). The taxonomy of the genus Prunus is controversial because of the polymorphism and wide ecological tolerance of the species, as well as the presence of numerous cultivars. Prunus is the largest genus within the…

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    Flowering Dogwood

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    These fruits are seen as red, shiny, and oval shaped berries, often found found in clusters. Each cluster contains 3 to 4 individual, elongated fruits grouped together.While the fruits are poisonous for humans to consume, it was thought a long time by colonials that it wasn’t suitable for dogs either, but that has yet been adequately established. However, many birds do take the opportunity to eat the fruits occasionally. These scarlett red fruits with seeds inside, rather the drupes as they…

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    humbling experience of knowing their own poverty and wanting to be wealthy, which is the breadth of reading. However, Lewis assumes he is part of the “few” and he makes this same assumption about the reader; creating a narcissistic and pompous tone. Lewis’s methodology of making his claim is by referencing other works of literature. This pouring of references to other literature beleaguers the reader, becoming tiresome. What Lewis should have done was use moderate references to cut down on the…

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    Coconut Oil Essay

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    Introduction: Coconut oil is basically edible oil obtained from drupe of Cocos nucifera. Coconut oil is one of the most easily available edible oil and is very economical and use in every house globally. Majorly coconut oil consist of triglycerols and fatty acids. Coconut oil contains about 90% saturated fatty acids. Of which lauric acid is the main component (47.5% by wt), followed by Myristic acid (18.1% by wt) and palmitic acid (8.8% by wt). Major triglycerols aretrilaurin…

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    The Spaniards subjected the land of the Aztecs and the Mayans. It was then called the land of Mexico where the cacao trees were first seen. The Spaniards then shipped the cacao to the Philippines through the use of the galleon trading system. The Philippines was the first country outside Mesoamerica that plants and grows cacao. It became more popular to the country and also to the other parts of the world. As stated by the Cacao Manual published by the Inter-American Institute of American…

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    the raw almonds were made up of high-quality protein which contains essential amino acids. (Samadi, 2013) Almond is very rich in nutrients which are Vitamin E and B, calcium, potassium, magnesium, riboflavin, iron and healthy fat. (Nordqvist, n.d) & (Samadi, 2013) Almond also said to have cholesterol lowering effect which helps to reduce coronary disease. According to research done by a group of researchers, they found out that consuming almond have proven in reducing the low-density lipoprotein…

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    Cinnamomum Tamala Case Study

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    rich types have been reported from different regions of India. (ref) Among these, cinnamaldehye and eugenol are more widely occurring chemotypes. Chauhan et al.(2009) Distribution: Tropical and subtropical Himalayas 3000-7800 ft., Sylhet and Khasia Hills, 3,000-4000 ft. Physical appearance: A moderate sized evergreen tree 7.5 m in height with dark brown or blackish rough bark and pinkish or reddish brown blaze. Leaves are simple opposite, sub-opposite or alternate, ovate lanceolate or ovate…

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    Benefits Of Cashew Nuts

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    removal of warts, corns and melanomas of the skin. Cashew nut nutrition facts Delicately sweet yet crunchy and delicious cashew nut is packed with energy, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins that are essential for robust health. Cashew, or “caju” in Portuguese, is one of the popular ingredients in sweet as well savory dishes worldwide. Botanically, cashew is an average size tropical evergreen tree belonging in the Anacardiaceae family, in the genus. Cashew tree bears numerous, edible, pear…

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    Mccarthy The Road Analysis

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    inconceivably grave image for a culturally refined audience, perhaps more afflicting is the oblivion of the man and the boy to their own dehumanization, as their excursion in an abandoned home illustrates, “They came upon themselves in a mirror and he almost raised the pistol. It’s us, Papa, the boy whispered. It’s us” (132). Consumed by the prolonged intensity of their situation, the man and the boy descend to a physical state beyond their own personal recognition, an external declination akin…

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