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    know brand 2) May be duplicated and replicated by competitors 3) Suppliers may not adhere to the same product standards as Trader Joe 's might be accustomed to in the United States 4) Market may not be completely ripe and/or primed…

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    Trader Joe’s is focusing on the product innovation and selling groceries and wine for a cheap price. Due to customers understanding and knowledge, customers know that they can get products from Trader Joe’s for high-quality with stable low price. However, Whole Foods has gotten a harder time differentiating. Its company response is not encouraging customers, according to a recent report (Lutz, 2014).). In addition, Trader Joe’s is not only focusing on the price, but product, promotion and place…

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    Every product they sell that has the Trader Joe’s brand on it is guaranteed with no MSG, no artificial flavors or preservatives, and no DNA modified ingredients (“Product Information”). They also emphasize a lot on freshness of the food they provide. Trader Joe’s also provides varieties of organic food so the consumers can feel more safe when they use it. They also do not carry items from big, national brands, most items in Trader Joe’s is of its own brand. Trader Joe’s also guarantee good…

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    Case Study Trader Joes

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    Trader Joe 's company case analysis You could use the following questions as guidelines: 1. What are the key/valuable resources of Trader Joe? Ans. Trader Joe’s is a private chain of grocery stores in the US, founded in 1958 by Joe Coulombe. In the year 1978, he sold it to a leading global discount supermarket chain. It has now expanded to over 450 stores nationally. The key reasons or resources why Trader Joe has been able to reach such heights are as follows: a. Small stores and compact,…

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    chains across the world, the supermarket industry is very large and competitive industry. Trader Joe’s and other grocery stores can integrate backwards in this industry by creating their own brands. Trader Joe’s has their own unique labels and private brands. The discount prices and high quality products attract price-sensitive people who are bargain shoppers. With it’s collection of music, and wines it additionally attracts people 21 years and old, as well as well traveled and educated…

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    Trader Joes Case Study

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    In just such a move, Trader Joe’s phased out singleingredient products (such as spinach and garlic) from China. “Our customers have voiced their concerns about products from this region and we have listened,” the company said in a statement, noting that items would be replaced with “products from other regions until our customers feel as confident as we do about the quality and safety of Chinese products.”19 Conversely, discontinued items may be brought back if customers are vocal enough,…

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    Trader Joe’s began as an ordinary convenience store unlike many of the others until its owner Joe Coulombe realized that for his business to be profitable and survive against national chains that his business strategy had to change (Jones, 2013, p. 26). Trader Joe’s began offering specialty goods to a clientele that wanted more than what a typical convenience store supplied therefore the variety of products offered were well received and turned out to be very profitable business decision. A…

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    show an extremely up close view of the trash and Seifert knee deep in the dumpster trash looking for food with his friends. Seifert 's friends explain the rules to dumpster diving and how they eat so much better and healthier eating from the trash then if they were to buy the food from the grocery stores. As the film goes on he beings to see more and more people searching for food in the dumpers due to a food crisis all around America. He begins to question they do not donate the food in light…

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    Trader Joe's Evolution

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    The founder, Trader Joe changed the name to Trader Joe’s several years later. They have very special decorations in the store of “decked the walls with cedar planks”, and their staffs all wear Hawaiian shirts that provide a cool and relax shopping experience for customers (“Our Story” par. 2). They believe that “Value”, which means cut company’s costs and save money for customer, is the most crucial thing for their business. Trader Joe’s simply purchase products from suppliers without extra fees…

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    Surrounding Temperature At Trader Joe’s and Ralphs, both the apples and bananas were found at room temperature, whereas the broccoli was refrigerated at both locations. Temperature is the most important factor affecting respiration. Within a certain range, most respiration rates are directly related to temperature. As temperature increases, so do the respiration rates. Apples and bananas are not refrigerated because they display similar respiration rates when chilled as opposed to room…

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