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    The Organization chart I chose to analyze is from Maple Leaf Foods. Maple Leaf Consumer Foods is the leading producer of the top and lean quality, bringing value-added fresh and prepared meats and meals product to the customer. Creating a customer value through employee is one Maple Leaf Foods top priority, brands and food safety competencies, production and distribution network nationwide. Being a customer driven company, Maple Leaf Foods generates product innovation and growth in the food business market. Employing more than 12000 employees across twenty-five processing plants, two major distribution centers, and sales organizations in Canada, the United States and Asia. Analyzing the organizational chart above, based on the poultry…

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    Marketing Strategy Maple Leaf Foods has launched a 60-second brand spot to reflect its entire product portfolio and to help demonstrate the role its brands play in the busy lives of Canadians (www.marketingmag.ca). Maple Leaf's Marketing office will give you the chance to encounter the center components of the train, including brand and client procedure improvement, class administration, buyer bits of knowledge and examination, incorporated interchanges and business crusade dispatches. Maple…

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    Red-white-red is a color combination of the Canadian flag. A maple leaf is a Canadian symbol since as early as 1700. When the Canada Day rolls around, the best way to celebrate the summer holiday and surprise your kids and guests by making healthy and delicious treats, baking cakes or cookies, and using the red-white color combination and maple leaf shapes for food decoration. White is for peace and red is for bravery, so celebrate the Canada Day with fabulous, brave and soothing desserts in red…

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    theories as the answer to the progressive movement. But what most people reacted to was the filthy meat and ignored conditions that the immigrant workers were forced to work. As result of Sinclair’s work, the sale of meat dropped significantly and meat sales dropped sharply. After meeting with Sinclair, President Roosevelt appointed a special commission to investigate the meat packing industry in Chicago. The commission’s report confirmed what Sinclair had reported. President Roosevelt called…

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    of America and brought many changes to the meat packing industry. The thoughts of Sinclair are ever-present in this glorious novel. He demonstrates his socialist views, as well as his thoughts of “The American Dream”, and social injustices. One cannot imagine the effect of this novel on the common man as well as the effect in the lives of political leaders such as, Theodore Roosevelt and Winston Churchill(Dawson)(Simkin). Even Churchill was impressed by Sinclair’s novel, “Mr. Upton…

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    Roosevelt signed the act that prohibited the sale of misbranded food. This act changed the meat packaging industry were the inspects will check all the animals before selling it to the public. “The 1906 legislation amended prior Meat Inspection Acts of 1890 and 1891 and other laws that had provided for USDA inspection of slaughtered animals and meat products but had proven ineffective in regulating many unsafe and unsanitary practices by the meatpacking industry”(Rouse 1). The livestock would…

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    In the course of the investigation, commissioners observed a slaughtered hog fall into a toilet and workers took the remains out and put it on a hook with the other on the assembly line without cleaning it. The existing meat-inspection laws that only required confirming the healthfulness of animals at the time of slaughter was disapproved by the commissioners. They suggested that inspections take place at all stages of the processing of meat. Roosevelt confirmed that “the method of handling…

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    transportation system. This event is where urbanization took place. Urbanization was fueled by the industrial revolution. Also Urbanization was the fastest organization in the northeastern United States. This acquired and urban majority by 1880 but some states in the northeastern already acquired an urban majority better then. The mid-western and western United States became urban majority by the 1910’s. As agricultural jobs became less common, American workers moved toward manufacturing…

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    Union workers are more likely to have better pay checks than non-union workers, and have benefits such as, health care, retirement funds, and paid sick leave. According to UWUA (Utility Workers Union of America) union workers make about twenty percent more than non-union employees, and seventy-seven percent of union workers get pensions, while only twenty percent of non-union workers have it as well, because they don’t have the collective voice that union workers have. The UFCW (United Food and…

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    Sinclair used these events to his advantage to write a novel about. Sinclair not only wrote in depth about the meat-packing industry, but also went as far as becoming a worker himself in the industry to be able to write exactly what it was like. Sinclair spent many weeks in Packingtown to gather information to include into his novel. Sinclair used this information to expose the meat-packing plants (The Jungle and the Progressive Era). Although many Americans ate the food the plants provided,…

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