Vegetarian Essays (Examples)

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Dining Probability Dining Scenario Probabilities

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The same proportion exists concerning the probability of going to a non-vegetarian restaurant which serves alcohol.

Objectives expected

The anticipated outcome of this discussion is to provide a clearer picture of the variables impacting the ultimate dining decision on a weighted basis. The objective of deciding upon a dining destination which is most amenable to all parties is intended to be met here by measuring against one another the probabilities resultant from individual preferences.

Certain aspects of the scenario remain inconclusive however, even given these measurements. It is clear that the 1 in 4 probability in both scenarios relating to the absence of alcohol are undermined by the 3 in 4 probability in both scenarios related to the presence of alcohol. However, in all instances relating to the decision to eat in a vegetarian or non-vegetarian restaurant, there is a 1 in 2 probability that makes it unclear how the…… [Read More]

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Sanitarium Heal & Wellbeing Company Is the

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Sanitarium Heal & Wellbeing Company is the operating/trading name of twin fod companies (New Zealand Health Association Ltd. And Australian Health and Nutrition Association Ltd.). Both of these companies are owned and operated by the Seventh-Day Adventist Church .The company produces a wide range of breakfast cereals and a wide range of vegetarian products. Sanitarium was founded in 1898 with Weet-Bix being its flagship products that topped sales in the New Zealand and Australian breakfast market. Sanitarium also operated several health food shops in numerous cities before the 1980s.The company has factories in various locations across New Zealand and Australia. In this paper we conduct the company's Organisation, Environmental and Market analysis as well as a determination of its segmentation and positioning strategies.

A SWOT analysis of Sanatorium

In order to conquer and dominate any given market, adequate information is needed on the prevailing market conditions as well as the…… [Read More]


Brassington, F. Pettitt, S. (2005), Essentials of Marketing, Harlow Prentice Hall.

Coddington, D (n.d). Bran Flake. Accessed on 3/23/2012 at 

FMCG (2012). Breakfast stars. Accessed on 3/23/2012 at 

Groucutt, J., Leadley, P and Forsyth, P (2004)Marketing: essential principles, new realities. Kogan Page Publishers
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Evidence You Draw From One

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As the world grows more affluent, it will want more, rather than less meat.

Additionally, meat raised on farms such as Salatin's will likely cost more money. Pollan dismisses this fact, stating: "For my own part, I've discovered that if you're willing to make the effort, it's entirely possible to limit the meat you eat to nonindustrial animals. I'm tempted to think that we need a new dietary category, to go with the vegan and lactovegetarian and piscatorian." Pollan calls the taking of the life of the animal a sacred, special act that must be done with reverence, much like ancient priests used to, and sees the human slaughterhouse at Salatin's farm to be a model for the future. If only people knew what went on behind closed doors, he says, "Tail-docking and sow crates and beak-clipping would disappear overnight, and the days of slaughtering 400 head of cattle an…… [Read More]

Work Cited

Pollan, Michael. "An animal's place." The New York Times Magazine. 20 Nov 2002.  / [22 Sept 2012]
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Tile Becoming a Vegan Background Information and

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Tile: Becoming a vegan

Background information and literature on being a vegan

Justification of the problem

Why the issue of becoming a vegan is relevant in the contemporary socisty.

An interview with a student who is a vegan and noting down of the factual firsthand experience of a vegan

Environmental easons for being vegan

Outline reasons from the student and other sources on how eating meat diets hurt the environment

Becoming a vegan

The notion of becoming a vegan and leaving out all the animal meat in our diet is by and large becoming an essential and almost an inevitable trend in the near future if the current trends are anything to go by. There are various people, famous and infamous, who have condemned the act of killing animals for their meat. One such figure is Leo Tolstoy who is widely quoted to have emphasized that "A man can live…… [Read More]


Richard Ryder, (2013). 49 Reasons why I am Vegetarian. Retrieved February 10, 2012 from 

The Vegan Wolf, (2004). 10 Reasons for going Vegan. Retrieved February 10, 2012 from
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Lentil as Anything Pay as You Feel

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Lentil as Anything: Pay as You Feel

As the world changes and capitalism takes over, a counter trend is also observed. In other words, in a world of profits, pressure and competition, there are some entities which militate for different values. They are non-profit agencies which promote human dignity and human rights and which strive to make the world a better place. Such an agency is Lentil as Anything.

Lentil as Anything is located in Melbourne, Australia, and it is based on the pay as you feel system. The three restaurants serve high quality and healthy vegetarian food and ask the customers to pay the amount they found to be worth the food and the experience. They also encourage the customers to donate to humanity purposes.

"Lentil as Anything is a series of 3 pay as you feel restaurants located in Melbourne, Australia. There are currently 3 restaurants in St.…… [Read More]


Bitencourt, C.C., Bonotto, F., 2010, The emergence of collective competence in a Brazilian petrochemical company, Management Revue, Vol. 21, No. 2

Brooks, A.C., 2002, Can nonprofit management help answer public management's 'big questions', Public Administration Review, Vol. 62, No. 3

Czarnecki, J., 2005, It's more than money: is a non-profit career right for you? Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, Vol. 21, No. 2

Kaizen, W., 2008, Steps to an ecology of communication: radical software, Dan Graham and tge Legacy of Gregory Bateson, Art Journal, Vol. 67, No. 3
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Omniverous vs Vegan Diet Omnivorous

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Acheson, K.J. (2012). Diets for body weight control and health: the potential of changing the macronutrient composition. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. etrieved from PubMed: doi: 10.1038/ejcn.2012.194.

Austin et al. (2011). Trends in carbohydrate, fat, and protein intakes and association with energy intake in normal-weight, overweight, and obese individuals:

1971 -- 2006. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. etrieved:

Barnard, Neal D. (et al. 2009). A low-fat vegan diet and a conventional diabetes diet in the treatment of type 2 diabetes: a randomized, controlled, 74-wk clinical trial.

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 89(5): 1588S -- 1596S. etrieved from Pub Med:

Davis, N., Forbes, B., & Wylie-osett, J. (2009). Nutritional Strategies in Type 2 Diabetes.

Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 76(3), 257-268. etrieved from EBSCOhost


Foster, G.D., Wyatt, H.., Hill, J.O., Makris, a.P., osenbaum, D.L., Brill, C., & ... Klein, S.

(2010). Weight and metabolic outcomes after 2…… [Read More]


Acheson, K.J. (2012). Diets for body weight control and health: the potential of changing the macronutrient composition. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Retrieved from PubMed: doi: 10.1038/ejcn.2012.194.

Austin et al. (2011). Trends in carbohydrate, fat, and protein intakes and association with energy intake in normal-weight, overweight, and obese individuals:

1971 -- 2006. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Retrieved:
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African Cuisine

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African estaurant evival

New York is home to people from all over the world, and it is well-known that they often bring with them cuisine from their homelands. Foodies descend on food courts in subterranean malls in Queens, ussian bakeries in Brooklyn, and ethnic food trucks pretty much anywhere throughout the five boroughs. For being a cosmopolitan city with such cosmopolitan tastes, surprisingly little attention is paid to the diversity of African food. The continent of Africa is rich in food tradition and, increasingly, we are seeing these traditions manifest throughout New York. This trend is occurring in many places, in particular Manhattan and Brooklyn. In fact, several openings over the past few years have dramatically altered the African dining scene, and this development is very much worthy of coverage. This citywide exposure to the African food trend makes it an excellent topic heading into the summer eating season.

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Kugel, S. (2007, March 18). Sampling a Continent at Home. Retrieved from 

Laing, N. (2013, October). New York's First African Restaurant Week Offers New Flavors and a Dash of Culture. Retrieved from 

Pearlman, E. (2014). Ponty Bistro. Retrieved from

Spiropoulos, R. (2014, June 28). Dining African: 3 Restaurant Biz Success Stories Savor N.Y. African Restaurant Week. Retrieved from
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Challenges of Opening NYC Restaurant

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NYC African Restaurants

African Restaurants

African Restaurants in NYC

The restaurant's soft industrial lighting makes the chrome gleam. A soft and expansive backdrop of blue gives the space a cool and slightly futuristic industrial like a hip loft in the future. Exposed brick walls are tinged in a blue sheen and the distressed wood chairs and tables have been stained steel gray and have marble table tops. In three weeks, Cisse Elhadji, the owner of Ponty Bistro in Midtown, will open his new restaurant La Terengea. Located at 144 West 139th St., the restaurant us nestled in between the Hudson and Harlem rivers a few blocks west of the City College of New York. The location of the restaurant is quite lucrative given its relative proximity to both Central Park as well as Yankee Stadium.

Though Elhadji has succeeded once with an African restaurant, La Teregenga is still a gamble.…… [Read More]

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Excutive Summary Popularizing Sakae Foods Singapore Is

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Excutive ummary

Popularizing akae Foods

ingapore is a multicultural society where many types of cuisines are available, such as Islamic-Halal, Indian, Chinese, Western, vegetarian and low-calorie meals. In order to attract and retain customers, akae will have to develop unique brands and menus that are available nowhere else. In order to be competitive, it will also have to provide a wide variety of foods at reasonable prices to appeal to various demographic groups. Each product has a life cycle of introduction, growth, maturity and decline, which is why the menu will have to be changed every two months, so that customers will not become bored with the same items. New foods will constantly be introduced during each decline phase.


akae uses only the best quality sushi from highly-rated suppliers and has had relationships with the same ones throughout its 20-year history. Its competent and experienced chefs…… [Read More]

Sakae should also expand its franchises overseas, including Western nations, where Japanese food has increasing appeal, and this become a true global brand. Over time, it could develop into the leading international chain of Japanese restaurants.


Sakae Sushi is a well-known Japanese food company that started in 1996 and has now evolved into a global brand, with more than 100 distributors and partners all over the world. Sakae has numerous competitors but it retains its advantages among its customer base of all ages, and its appeal for restaurants. Their product is not Western food, but traditional Japanese cuisine, and this is exactly what consumers want. In the future, the company is going to expand on the global level and give customers the opportunity to experience real Japanese food.
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Analyzing the Pro Veganism

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Pro Veganism

A strictly vegetarian diet is best suited to the human body's needs, mankind's ability of survival on earth, and our inherent compassion. Switching to such a diet is fairly simple and creates the opportunity to lead a healthier, happier, and gentler life (Marcus, xi).

For numerous reasons, humanity has been increasingly taking to veganism since the last few years. Some vegan supporters assert their participation in a dietary regimen wherein consuming or utilizing animal products is unethical, according to their religious beliefs or values. Meanwhile, others put forward the argument of animal consciousness's ethicality and the industrial farming process. Those who claim to be vegans most probably do so owing to environmental, animal rights, or personal health concerns, which can alter with time. Several vegans begin as vegetarians, gradually ceasing consumption of milk, eggs and other animal by-products. Meanwhile, others turn purely vegan right from the outset. In…… [Read More]


Primary Sources

Jacqui. Beyond Factory Farming: Sustainable Solutions for Animals, People and the Planet. A Report by Compassion in World Farming. 2009. Web. 15 July 2016. 

Phillips, Frankie. "Vegetarian Nutrition." British Nutrition Foundation. Nutrition Bulletin, 30, 2005, pp. 132-167.

Rauma, Anna-Liisa. Vegetarianism and Vegan Diet. Physiology and Maintenance, vol. II. 2011. Web. 15 July 2016.
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Designing a Survey My Research

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Hopefully, multiple exposures will increase the positive response rate for that item.

If some members of the board are absent, I will gladly redistribute the extra surveys to whoever is there. The surveys are sufficiently brief it is unlikely any survey will be returned uncompleted.

For items requiring a check mark, analysis will require a simple tally...25 subjects checked ladyfingers, 10 checked pizza rolls, only one checked vegetarian hors' doeuvres, and so forth. For the part requiring subjects to rank six items in order of importance, I can get meaningful results by summing the scores for each item across subjects. Since sample size is limited to thirty observations, I feel comfortable with the write in question about price range; it is unlikely that there will be much variance in responses given the sample size and sample demographics. Further, giving subjects an opportunity to offer their own suggestions for price gives…… [Read More]

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Banerjee Mandira 2010 One Burger Hold the

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Banerjee, Mandira. (2010). One Burger, Hold the Meat -- Being Vegetarian in America.

New American Media. Retrieved April 7, 2013, from

Banerjee is a media specialist and she presents data in this article on how many

Americans are vegetarians. The bottom line is different from other research for this paper because it doesn't attack factory farming. Banerjee is interested more in numbers and explanations for why people turn to vegetarianism than in ethics and morality.

The value of this piece is that it presents data (7.3 million Americans are vegetarians and another 22.8 million are "inclined" towards vegetarianism). Interestingly, the number of people who embrace vegetarianism is not growing, but those in America interested in "eating more vegetarian meals, or who are vegetarian-inclined, is sky-rocketing" (Banerjee). The vegetarian culture in India is referenced (which is noted for its embrace of vegetarianism vis-a-vis Hinduism), as is the ghastly amount of…… [Read More]

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Healthy Snack Flyer and Five Day Menu

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Healthy Snack


Have you ever had a devilled spider egg? They're perfect for Halloween, but they are a healthy choice any time of the year -- and great for scaring your mom! All it takes to make a devilled spider egg is one hard boiled egg and one carefully sliced kalamata olive. It's nutritious and fun!

Instructions: Hard-boil the eggs, and slice them carefully in half, removing the yolks. Mash up the yolks, adding mustard, mayonnaise, salt, pepper, and paprika. Then fill the egg whites with a dollop of this mixture. To make the spiders, carefully slice a kalamata olive in half. One half will be the body. Thin-slice the other half into eight segments for the legs, and place carefully on top of the devilled eggs!

einhold, Dorothy. "Halloween Deviled Spider Eggs." Shockingly Delicious, Oct 26, 2010. Accessed 21 January 2015 at:

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Iyer, Raghavan. "Tempeh Vindaloo." The Soyfoods Council. 

Stewart, Martha. "Lobster Newburg." Martha Stewart Living.
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Meat Is Murder or Meat Is Dinner

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Meat Is Murder or Meat Is Dinner

The hospitality industry is a complicated one in which to excel. The customer must be treated as if he or she is not only always right, but also that he or she is important and revered. Every customer opinion counts and the industry must mold to fit the needs of those it serves. On an individual basis, this is not terribly difficult. People have basic needs and wants that should be met, and so long as this is accomplished the patron will be pleased with the service and choose to use it again. However, the complication is that, in the hospitality industry, there is rarely only a single customer to consider at one time, but rather many people, in many different groups, from many different lifestyles, that will be affected by each choice made by a manager, planner, or supervisor. What can be…… [Read More]

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Culture of Taiwan Sense of

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Vegetarian food is easily found in Buddhist restaurants in big cities of Taiwan. Many people enjoy vegetarian food due to health or religious reasons since there is a strong connection between Buddhist religion and vegetarian food. Still only a very small portion of the entire population is totally vegetarian.

ecreational System

ecreation is important in Taiwanese society and it has become more vital since Taiwanese started getting higher income in 1980s (Moiz, Wu, p. 107). They enjoy life the way any modern society would like going to the movies, enjoying karaoke, meeting family and friends and spending time in the parks. Eating out is also one activity Taiwanese enjoy and shopping malls are normally immensely crowded on the weekends. The night markets in Taipei see huge crowds where all kind of exotic stuff is sold.


Taiwan is a growing nation which has made its mark on the world…… [Read More]

Reed, Barbara Edith. Davison, Gary Marvin. [1998] . Culture and Customs of Taiwan. Greenwood Press

Camenson, Blythe. [2007] Opportunities in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Mc-Graw Hill.

Kelly, Robert. [2007] Taiwan (Country Guide). Lonely Planet. 7th edition.
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Global Business Cultural Analysis

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business culture and expansion trends that exist for American companies in India. The paper focuses on answering the following questions: 1. What are the major elements and dimensions of culture in this region? 2. How are these elements and dimensions integrated by local conducting business in the nation? 3. How do both of the above items compare with U.S. culture and business? 4. What are the implications for U.S. businesses that wish to conduct business in that region? The paper also tackles the following aspects: Dimensions of Culture, Communication. Different Meaning of Words across Languages, Verbal, Nonverbal, High Context vs. Low Context and eligion -- Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Shinto and Ethics; Definitions, The Issue of Corruption, Corporate Social esponsibility, Values and Attitudes, Variances in Attitudes across Cultures, Concept of Time, Dealing with Change, The ole of Gender, Social Status, Business Manners and Customs across National Cultures, Social…… [Read More]


Bose, P. And Lyons, L.E. (2010). Cultural Critique and the Global Corporation. Tracking Globalization, Bloomington, IN.

Butler, Patty. (2012). India Business Etiquette, Manners, Cross Cultural Communication, and Geert Hofstede Analysis. International Business Etiquette and Manners. Cyborlink 

Doh, J., and Luthans, F. (2009). International Management: Culture, Strategy, and Behaviour. New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Doh, J., and Luthans, F. (2009). International Management: Culture, Strategy, and Behavoir. New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Longstanding Tradition of Hindu and

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Maharshtrian cuisine comprises of hot, aromatic meat and fish curries and subtle flavoring of vegetarian cuisine. Peanuts and cashew nuts are widely used in vegetables and the main cooking medium is peanut oil. Another feature is the use of a deep purple berry with a sweet and sour taste, otherwise called kokum, in sol kadhi, an appetizer-digestive, which is served chilled. Non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes are served with boiled rice or rotis made from rice flour. Dessert is commonly comprises rotis (a type of bread) stuffed with a sweet mixture of jaggery and gram flour.

Goan cuisine boasts of delicacies like tangy pork 'vindaloo', spicy 'sorpotel' and the popular fish curry with rice. Most of their meals are accompanied with local wine or local liqueur, 'Feni'. Meals are simple but most are also chili hot, spicy and pungent. The basic components include rice, fish and coconut and delicacies made from…… [Read More]

Works cited

Audretsch, D.B. And Meyer, N.S. " Religion, Culture and Entrepreneurship in India." Indiana

University Public Affairs Conference. 2009. 17 Apr.2010.

"Cuisine." Cuisine Tours of India, Culinary Tour India, Indian Cuisines information,
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Rickets Is a Nutritionally Related

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(Kirchner, 2000)

Summary and Conclusion

However, even in the developed world, rickets is not as rare as one would hope. Mothers who breastfeed must be aware that, despite the rhetoric about breastfeeding being the best way to feed a baby, they must still give their children supplements. Children must have adequate supplementation, nutritionally dense diets, and adequate exposure to sunlight. The balance between covering up with sun protection and getting sunlight, between breastfeeding and vitamin supplements may prove difficult to communicate to the public -- as well as the fact that what are widely-regarded as 'healthy diets' such as vegan, vegetarian, and macrobiotic diets may not be appropriate for children, or even for many adults, espeically if they have absorption complaints.

orks Cited

American Dietetic Association (ADA) (2004) "Promoting and Supporting Breastfeeding, Positon Paper on Maternal Health. Article accessed on Internet database of ADA on 22 Oct 2005 at…… [Read More]

Works Cited

American Dietetic Association (ADA) (2004) "Promoting and Supporting Breastfeeding, Positon Paper on Maternal Health. Article accessed on Internet database of ADA on 22 Oct 2005 at 

Goldenring, John. (14 Jul 2004) "Rickets." ADAM. URAC, also known as the American Accreditation HealthCare Commission ( Last updated 11 Oct 2005. Retrieved 22 Oct 2005 at 

Kirchner, Jeffrey. (15 Jan 2000) "Calcium and Vitamin D in the Treatment of Rickets." American Family Physician. Journal Article retrieved by Find Articles on 23 Oct 2005 at 

Morantz, Carrie & Brian Torrey (1 Jun 2003) "AAP Guidelines on Rickets and Vitamin D Supplementation."American Family Physician. . Journal Article retrieved by Find Articles on 23 Oct 2005
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Cuisines of the World Are

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Chinese fried rice has no real counterpart in Indian cuisine except in the Muslim dish called biriyani. egardless, rice is a central feature to both Indian and Chinese meals and the differences between them are relatively superficial.

Indian food offers a wider variety of breads than Chinese food does. Chinese breads are relatively limited and include some tortilla-like breads like those used in Cantonses dishes and also some fried breads too like the "doughnuts" that are dunked into the rice porridge called congee. Indian breads are more varied than Chinese ones in general and include some tortilla-like ones called chapati, oven-baked breads like naan, and also some pan-fried breads like paratha.

Indian food incorporates vegetables, especially in vegetarian Hindu cuisine. However, the range of vegetables are limited and most of them are well-cooked often until they are creamy. Broccoli is all but absent in Indian food whereas it is a…… [Read More]


Chinese Food in India." Retrieved Feb 18, 2008 at /indianCuisine/1001_1050/1012_Chinese_Food_India.htm" target="_blank" REL="NOFOLLOW">
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International Strategy Global Strategic Management Plan for

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International strategy: Global strategic management plan for Subway

The need for a global management plan for your organization

Few items are more regional in terms of consumer tastes than food preferences. Sweetness, saltiness, the concept of what flavors should be paired with one another -- all vary depending upon custom and culture. To establish an inroad in India was a considerable challenge for Subway, the sandwich retailer which originated in North America but which has since attempted to establish itself as a world economic power.

Explain the purpose and scope of your plan

The stratospheric growth of India's middle class, combined with the nation's large population has made it an attractive 'target' for international retailers formulating a global strategy. For Subway, however, the Indian market presents several unique challenges. First of all, eating outside of the home tends to be less popular and common in India than it is in…… [Read More]


Kaushik, Neha. (2001). Subway's recipe. The Hindu Business Line. Retrieved January 21, 2011
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Killing Animals for Food Is Not Necessarily

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Killing Animals for Food Is Not Necessarily Wrong

Over time, vegetarians have presented a wide range of reasons as to why eating meat and/or any other product derived from animals is wrong. In seeking to support their position, most vegetarians cite the need to uphold animal rights. In the recent past, the number of people turning to vegetarian diet has been increasing steadily. However, regardless of this, it is important to note that a careful review of literature clearly demonstrates that the consumption of meat and/or other products derived from animals is not necessarily a bad thing.

In Zacharia's (2012) opinion, "the market for vegan food is booming." This effectively means that the number of those joining the vegetarian bandwagon is steadily increasing. However, a vast majority of the population still believes that there is nothing wrong with eating meat or any animal produce. It could be right.

To begin…… [Read More]

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Chinese' Food and the Model Minority Study

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Chinese' Food and the Model Minority study in ethnic cuisine and culture, marginalization and commercialization, and the paradox of exoticism.

The anthropological theme studied for this work was that of the ethnic compromises and paradoxes inherent in creating a "Chinese" restaurant in America, for Americans. In every English speaking country from England to Canada, Chinese food is a huge business. For many immigrants it is one of the only businesses ready and willing to take them in. Most Chinese restaurants strive to present themselves as cultural representations where the American connoisseur can have a legitimate cross-cultural experience. The more I researched the actual traditions of Chinese and Asian cuisine and the way in which Western prejudices and expectations shape the presentation of this experience, the more it became apparent that --like so many other cultural phenomena-- the cultural relevance of the Chinese-food experience is far from untainted. Repeated immersion at…… [Read More]


About, Inc. "Eating Patterns: You call this Progress?" What You Need To Know About.

2003. Accessed at

Hung-Youn, Cho. "Traditional Way of Life in East Asia." Korea Focus Vol.9 No.1. 2000.

Acessed at
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Globalization and Innovations in Telecommunications

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Chapter 2:

Review of Related Literature

Chapter Introduction

This chapter provides a review of the literature concerning hypnosis, Eastern Meditation, Chi Kung, and Nei Kung and how these methods are used to treat various ailments and improve physical and mental functioning. A summary of the review concludes the chapter.


In his study, "Cognitive Hypnotherapy in the Management of Pain," Dowd (2001) reports that, "Several theories have een proposed to account for the effect of hypnosis. State theories assume that the hypnotic trance is qualitatively different from all other human experiences. From this perspective, trance capacity is supposedly a fairly stale trait that exhiits sustantial individual differences. Nonstate theories, often referred to as social learning, social psychological or cognitive-ehavioral theories of hypnosis propose that hypnotic phenomena are related to social and psychological characteristics such as hope, motivation, expectancy, elief in the therapist, desire to please the therapist, a positive initial…… [Read More]

bibliography. (2010).  / pages/7857/Meditation-Eastern.html.

Many religious traditions have practices that could possibly be labeled meditation. In Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, these practices are usually associated with prayer, contemplation, or recitation of sacred texts. In the religious traditions of the Native Americans, Australian aboriginals, Siberian peoples, and many others, what could be identified as meditation techniques are incorporated within the larger rubric of shamanism. It is, however, in the religions of Asia that meditation has been most developed as a religious method.

Meditation has played an important role in the ancient yogic traditions of Hinduism and also in more recent Hindu-based new religious movements such as Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Transcendental Meditation program. But it is most especially in the monastic or "elite" forms of the various traditions of Buddhism (Theravada, Tibetan/Vajrayana, and Ch'an/Zen) that meditation techniques have taken center stage and have been developed to the highest degree of sophistication and complexity.

Short-Term Effects of Meditation vs. Relaxation on Cognitive Functioning. Contributors: Gillian King - author, Jeffrey Coney - author. Journal Title: Journal of Transpersonal Psychology. Volume: 38. Issue: 2. Publication Year: 2006. Page Number: 200+.

Authors cite the lack of relevant studies concerning the effect, if any, of meditation on short-term improvements in cognitive performance. The results of this study clearly showed that meditation, per se, does not produce a short-term improvement in cognitive performance compared to other relaxation techniques.
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Marketing Plan Green 2u& 8230 Marketing

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Direct mailers will first go to the 535 green businesses on a monthly basis and will be expanded from this number as needed to continue to provide the average 15 event total to meet the strategic goals.

Type: All types of businesses, with 10 or more employees will be targeted as potential customers to this service with the first emphasis being on businesses who have strategic planning around green/sustainable business practices.

Value Drivers: Intentions of practicing sustainable standards in business, seeking mid range catering for meetings and events, seeking alternative to cheaper/less healthy alternative catering offerings, seeking to try something new with a greater level of service and sustainable business practices, a desire to support other local businesses with a similar goal, a desire to improve business climate with only limited resources, a desire to offer vegetarian fare to those who choose it, a desire to offer healthier alternatives to…… [Read More]


Arthur, D. (2001). The Employee Recruitment and Retention Handbook. New York: AMACOM.

Furniss, C. (2006, October). How Green Is Your Business. Geographical, 78, 45+.

Halweil, B. (2003, May/June). The Argument for Local Food: At an Unimposing Diner in Vermont, a Revolution Is Taking Place. World Watch, 16, 20.

Henderson, E. (1998, July/August). Rebuilding Local Food Systems from the Grassroots Up. Monthly Review, 50, 112.
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Internalization of Fast Food Business

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Internalization of Fast Food Business

Internationalisation of Fast-food Business

PEST Analysis for India





PEST Analysis for United States





Comparison between the two Countries

Changes in the Global Environment due to Financial Crisis

Impact of Financial Crisis on Internationalisation

Fast food has transformed the eating habits of the entire population, whether they are resided in UK, U.S., Asia or any other country. The changing trend of the eating habits evidently exhibits that fast food industry is one of the industries that have developed over the time. Even though fast food consumption has shown an increasing pattern of factors that has affected the health in many ways such as increased overall calorie intake, contribution to weight gain, and elevation in the risk for various diseases, yet, the consumption trend at the same time has represented an escalation in the recent years (Parsa & Kwansa,…… [Read More]


Brauch, H.G. 2009. Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts. Springer. Wurzburg.

Griffin, D. 2010. Business with a Purpose: Starting, Building, Managing and Protecting Your New Business. Easy Brain Labs Inc. USA.

Haberberg, A. & Rieple, A. 2007. Strategic Management: Theory and Application. Oxford University Press. New York, USA.

IMF. 2008. IMF Survey. International Monetary Fund. USA.
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Leader and Organization

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John Mackey: hole Foods Leader

Leadership is often defined as having an inspirational function. "Leadership is the ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals. A leader does not have to be someone who holds a formal position or title. They can emerge from a group and provide vision and motivation to those around them" (Schutte, Chapter 12, 2010: Slide 3). Leadership is said to be in stark contrast to management, which merely "deals with the complexity of the organization and works with planning, organizing, leading and controlling to bring about order and consistency in the organization. Even though the two roles have different areas of focus, both are necessary for organizational success" (Schutte, Chapter 12, 2010: Slide 3). Leadership defines the vision of the organization; management offers practical ways to embody that vision. Having charismatic and inspiring leadership is essential for an organization that 'breaks the mold'…… [Read More]

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Fishman, Charles. The anarchist's cookbook. Fast Company. 2004. [6 Dec 2011]
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Mcdonald's Integrated Marketing Campaign This Paper Is

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McDonald's Integrated Marketing Campaign

This paper is divided into two distinct sections. The first chapter is based on literature reviews of various scholarly works that are related to the topic of integrated marketing campaign that are also relevant to the McDonald marketing campaign that was created to celebrate the inherent democracy of the McDonald's brand. The first chapter is further divided into three parts; the first section mainly focus on advertising in general and then specifically into fast food advertising. The second section in literature review is based on new media as a marketing communication tool and lastly, in the same chapter different aspects of marketing campaign will also be analyzed. The second chapter is a personal reflection on the experience and lessons learnt by the student while preparing the dissertation.

Table of Content

CHAPTE ONE: Literature review


Section one:


Advertising theories

Types of advertising

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Ben H., (2005): "4udible revolution," The Guardian,

Berry, R. (2006). Will the iPod kill the radio star? Profiling podcasting as radio. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 12(2), 143.

Brownell, K.D., & Horgen, K.B. (2004); Food fight: The inside story of the food industry, America's obesity crisis, and what we can do about it. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Blanchard, O., (2008) Macroeconomics. Harlow: Pearson Education
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Joyce's Ulysses Claude Rawson Is Best Known

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Joyce's Ulysses

Claude Rawson is best known as a scholar of Jonathan Swift and the eighteenth century, but Rawson's has also used the savage irony of Swift's modest proposal for a series of essays which consider Swift's invocation of cannibalism in light of a longer tradition (in Anglo-Irish relations) of imputing cannibalism literally to the native Irish as a way of demonizing their "savagery" or else to implying a metaphorical cannibalism to describe the British Imperial exploitation of those native Irish. Rawson reapproaches these Swiftian subjects in a more recent essay entitled "Killing the Poor: An Anglo-Irish Theme" which examines what Rawson calls the "velleities of extermination" in a text like Swift's "Modest Proposal" (Rawson, 300). Rawson examines how Swift's ironic solution of what to do with the poor of Ireland (eat them as food) undergoes, in various later iterations by Anglo-Irish writers including Shaw and ilde, transformation into a…… [Read More]

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Burgess, Anthony. ReJoyce. New York: W.W. Norton, 1965.

Ellmann, Richard. Ulysses on the Liffey. New York and London: Oxford University Press, 1972.

Henke, Suzette. James Joyce and the Politics of Desire. New York and London: Routledge, 1990.

Joyce, James. Ulysses. Ed. Hans Walter Gabler. New York: Vintage, 1986. Print.
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Educational Situations

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Educational Situations

Name four practices that commonly require written administrative procedures.

Memorandums that include school policy changes or important information for the staff are commonly distributed in writing so that the information is accurately conveyed and properly received and documented. Many staff communications to the administration, such as requests for new classroom supplies or for personal leaves of absence, are also communicated in writing. If disciplinary action of any kind is taken against a student, it is commonly recorded in writing in the student's permanent file, and a copy of this information may be sent home to parents. Finally, the recording of daily vital information, such as student attendance and test scores, are done in writing.

How would you know if you are complying with EQ policies and procedures?

A a) If I were not complying with EQ policies, I would receive notification or a warning of some kind from…… [Read More]


Graves, Bonnie & Michael. "Scaffolding Reading Experiences to Promote Success: A Flexible Approach to Fostering Comprehension." University of Minnesota. 

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Restaurant Menu Design and Content

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Tom's Urban menu communicates the concept of an upbeat, casual, social venue with an urban flair.

The language is informal and trendy. The word "urban" appears more than once.

About a hundred different items are on the menu.

The menu is extensive, focused on pub grub, with a tremendous amount of variety including pizza, burgers, and "urban street tacos." Influences are from different cuisines of the world. Both lunch and dinner offer small plates for sharing, to emphasize the social concept of the restaurant.

There are several sections including sliders, sandwiches, grilled meats, full plate entrees, salads, and the tacos.

Prices range from $6 to $26 depending on the item.

f. The graphics and font that are used signal upbeat, trendy, and casual ambiance.

g. The menu is a digital copy.

I would expect the concept of this food service operation to be pub grub with a focus on social…… [Read More]

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Eat That Do You It

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Mexicans are among the most conversed immigrants from around the world, given the fact that they usually leave their country in favor of the U.S., which is presently one of the most discussed nations on the planet. When entering the U.S., they expect little support from the country's government and are willing to perform excruciating jobs for low wages. Still, they accept their condition knowing that the situation back home is much worse.

In spite of the fact that the U.S. government is going through great efforts in order to prevent illegal immigrants from entering the country, it is perfectly aware of the profits coming along with these so-called criminals. To a certain degree, immigrants can be compared to food (figuratively speaking), and similar to new food being brought in a certain country, they threaten the well-being (jobs) of those presently residing in the territory, just as a new type…… [Read More]

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Food Not Bombs the Issue

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org, 2006)

3.The social movements of the 70s and 80s were largely characterized by a strong militarism against the war and especially those in which the United States was engaged. In this sense, these often were violent and radical in the sense that a lot of people suffered as a result of such protests. One of the most important movements and one which still exists today is the Punk movement (Clark, 2004). Although it is most famous for its image of the different music this movement adopted, its initiatives are considered to be wider in range and scope. In this sense, they tend to rebel mostly against the capitalist nature of the economies, the pressures third world countries have to endure as a result of globalization, but most importantly they tend to be anarchists. In general, it can be said that the 70s and the 80s saw an increase in…… [Read More]


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Crass, C. n.d. San Francisco Urban Politics and Food Not Bombs. Practical Anarchy. 1 August 2008,

Food not Bombs. 2008. The story of FNB. 1 August 2008.
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Differentiated Instruction This Work Reports

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" T. he following illustration provides the characteristics of 'fully differentiated' and 'not differentiated' instruction in programs and classrooms.

Differences in Programs and Classrooms that are Differentiated and those which are not Differentiated

Source: Walker (nd) U.S. Department of Education Publication

Therefore, differentiated instruction may take many forms and may utilize various instructional methods in differentiation of instruction and includes those listed in the table above under the heading 'Differentiated'. Flexibility is 'key' in this pursuit and instruction that is 'reactive', 'fixed', or 'closed' is not differentiated because differentiated instruction is never characterized by any of these three elements. The work of aum and Nichols (2007) states that there are four keys to differentiation. Those four keys are as follows:

The teacher should know their students and themselves in their role of teacher;

The teacher should know their curriculum;

The teacher should develop effective differentiation strategies; and the teacher should…… [Read More]


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May 14 in Yangon, Myanmar.

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Pizza Hut Company Presentation the

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However, the main segment of Pizza Hut customers is consisted of people aged 16-35, with medium incomes, medium education, and low gastronomic education. In addition to this, secondary segments are consisted op people aged 35-55, with medium to high incomes, and medium to high education. Pizza Hut is also addressing the vegetarian segment, by developing products for vegetarians, like Veggie lover's pizza, various types of salads and desserts. Also, by continuously developing its product range, Pizza Hut is trying to gain other customer segments, with more sophisticated preferences.

Customer relationships:

Besides having satisfied employees, Pizza Hut is trying to maintain its customers as satisfied as possible as well. In order to improve its customer relationship management, and therefore, to improve customer loyalty, Pizza Hut has implemented Avaya's Enterprise Manager program, since "fulfilling our promise of fast delivery of hot pizzas to all customers is crucial to maintaining our leadership in…… [Read More]

Spielberg, Susan (2005). Yum plans new products, promotions: Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, KFC to unveil new flavors, menu lines. Nation's Restaurant News online. Retrieved October 2, 2007 at .

Garber, Amy (2004). Pizza players cutting out discounting, focusing on new products. Nation's Restaurant News online. Retrieved October 2, 2007 at .

Ruggless, Ron (2005). Pizza Hut delivers results, remains no.1 pizza chain: Yum's pizza brand continues to have high expectations for upcoming year with WingStreet, Italian Bistro concepts. Nation's Restaurant News online. Retrieved October 2, 2007 at .
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Marketing Manager Interviewing a Job Firms Simultaneously

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marketing manager interviewing a job firms simultaneously. You expect asked questions interview dealing good marketing opportunities firm pursue. You prepared interview a chance offered job, decided study company interviewing.

Marketing suggestions: Low-hanging fruit, home runs, or singles

Low-hanging fruit

One current trend in the food industry is that of highly decadent, 'over the top' burgers. Burgers have become prominent at both the high end and the low end of the food industry, penetrating such segments as Chef Daniel Bouloud's famous restaurant in the form of a truffle oil-infused burger, and the Shake Shack in New York City, where tourists wait for hours for a premium 'fast slow food' burger in Central Park (Dickler 2007). Burger King and Wendy's have featured numerous triple-patty, bacon-stacked creations.

To pick off such 'low hanging fruit,' the pizza company Papa John could offer its own 'hamburger special,' featuring bacon, chopped up tomatoes, and hamburger meat…… [Read More]


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Ethnic Restaurant Eleftria Greek Taverna Restaurant Concept

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Ethnic estaurant

Eleftria Greek Taverna estaurant Concept

The Eleftria Greek Taverna is a restaurant designed for upscale professional families where both husband and wife work, yet both still want to have fully cooked, ethnic dinners that are of high quality with excellent nutritional value. The concept is that of both sit-down informal Taverna where the dress code is flip-flops and shorts or even business wear. The food serve will be both counter ordering and a more formal area to sit down and have a nice dinner with family. This will be differentiated by a partition in the restaurant. Hours of operation will be oriented towards the business lunch and dinner customer segments, opening at 10 am and closing at 11 pm Monday -- Friday and open 11:30am to 12 am Saturday and Sunday.

Target Market - Upscale dual-income couples making a combined income of $100,000 a year or more and…… [Read More]


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Health and Socio-Cultual Factors Health and Socio-Cultural

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Health and Socio-Cultual Factors

Health and Socio-Cultural Factors

Health and Socio cultural Factors

Health and Socio-Cultural Factors

Health and Socio-Cultural Factors

The value of health being wealth is as old as the history of mankind. People of all times have their philosophies related to healthcare and they developed the precautions and treatment according to their specified theories. As the changes take place in every aspect of life, the theories of healthcare and causes of diseases were also developed and the new concepts were promoted to replace the old concepts and practices.

This paper casts light upon causes of disease and illness with regard to classical and modern concepts. The paper explains the differences between the two concepts and elaborates how the new concepts are better than the classical ones.

Classical Concepts about Health

The classical statement about health was 'Illness is simply a matter of bad luck, bad judgment, or…… [Read More]


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Multicultural Marketing to a Multicultural Audience --

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Multicultual Maketing

Maketing to a multicultual audience -- Stabucks and McDonald's

All businesses today must be multicultual to some extent (Makgosa 2012). The Intenet has opened up new potals to multicultual, multinational consume audiences. Moe foeign nationals in developing nations aspie to imitate the Ameican, consumeist life they see potayed in the moden media. Ameica itself is gowing inceasingly divese, which demands a moe caefully-segmented appoach to maketing. Howeve, this ceates a poblem fo global businesses such as Stabucks and McDonald's. On one hand, the coe foundation of thei business is based upon maketing a paticula type of lifestyle, a lifestyle gounded in an image ooted in Ameicana (o in the case of Stabucks, a vey Ameican vision of a Euopean cafe). The coe poblem of today's multicultual maketing is that changes must be made to addess an inceasingly divese audience: an audience which demands moe than mee tokenism o…… [Read More]


Palacios, S. (2011). Multicultural is the wave of the future. Ad Age. Retrieved: 

Patterson, P.G., Scott, J., & Uncles, M.D. (2010). How the local competition defeated a global brand: The case of Starbucks. Australasian Marketing Journal, 18(1), 41-47.

Starbucks: Japan's highest-rated coffee chain. (2009). What Japan Thinks.
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Yelp Collaboration in Social Media

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The bad reviews revolved around the difficulty of finding a table at the establishment, the difficulty of redeeming coupons, and the loudness and trendiness of the place. However, the positive reviews praised the food and the posters seemed to enjoy the 'scene' the restaurant offered. To gain a useful perception of an establishment via Yelp, in other words, requires a great deal of care in terms of how one reads the reviews.

There are other controversial aspects to the way Yelp manages its reviews as a business. "the company uses an undisclosed algorithm to filter out about 20% of the reviews -- with the goal, it says, of enforcing guidelines such as no hate speech, and eliminating fake reviews" (Somers 2012). When I decided to review a restaurant I had eaten at when I was visiting New York City and I noticed that my review was deleted, I did some…… [Read More]


Hotel Chantelle. (2013). Yelp. Retrieved: 

Somers, Joanna. (2012). Yelp's ad pitch gets bad reviews. The Seattle Times. Retrieved:
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Role Female Characters Play in Helping the Boys in About a Boy by Nick Hornby

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Nicholas Hornby's About a Boy centers on the relationship between 36-year-old ill and 12-year-old Marcus. The novel is based, in part, on author Hornby's experiences teaching groups of "alienated kids" in Cambridge, England which adds to the palpable reality of the emotions in the story (Knowles 10). Both of the two males exist along on the margins of society, neither performing up to his potential because of a combination of laziness and fear, coupled with a dysfunctional home life which separates them from the majority. ill makes the choice to separate himself because he has enough money to pay for a lifestyle that he enjoys without having to work or accomplish anything. Marcus, on the other hand, has been more or less forced into the margins of society because of his mother, his lack of a father, and a less than traditional upbringing. These men, or soon to be…… [Read More]

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Hornby, Nick. About a Boy. New York: Riverhead, 1998. Print.

Knowles, Joanne. Nick Hornby's High Fidelity: a Reader's Guide. Continuum. 2002. Print.

Lea, Daniel. "Urban Thrall: Renegotiating the Suburban Self in Nick Hornby's Fever Pitch and High Fidelity." Expanding Suburbia: Reviewing Suburban Narratives. Ed. Roger Webster. Berghahan. 2000. Print.

Munat, Judith. Lexical Creativity, Texts and Contexts. Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins. 2007.
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Nutrition for Healthy Body

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Calcium potentiates the effect of estrogen and calcitonin on bone mass," (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1998) and "Calcium and Osteoporosis" (New Zealand Vegetarian Society web site). oth articles, while dealing with the same issue, had differing viewpoints leading to my concluding that there are many more variables involved in the prevention of osteoporosis than depletion of calcium in the body.

The first article presents as fact the evidence of 31 studies that found that postmenopausal women who took estrogen had an average increase of 1.3% in spinal bone mass, while those who took a combination of estrogen and calcium supplements had an average increase of 3.3%. Contra to this, the second article refers to evidence extracted from a different body of research studies published by reputed journals such as the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Journal Clinical Investigation and Science magazine, to establish as fact that there is "no…… [Read More]


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Crash Spinelli Crash by Jerry Spinelli Identify

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Crash Spinelli

Crash by Jerry Spinelli

Identify the quality that makes Penn a good friend. Support your answer by using examples from the text.

Kids can be spoiled and materialistic without ever really realizing it. In the book, Penn is a Quaker that lives a relatively simple lifestyle; this also makes him different from the other kids. This also makes Penn the target for much teasing and criticism from the other kids his age and nobody teases him more in the book than his friend Crash. Crash is constantly pulling pranks or making fun of him in one way or another.

Despite the constant harassment that is common for many kids his age, Penn does not become defensive as a lot of kids would. Even though he does not like many of the pranks that are being pulled on him, he still tolerates them and keeps a good attitude. He…… [Read More]

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The Importance of Veganism for Everyone

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Credibility of Nutrition Resources

Pros and Cons of Vegan iets

A registered dietitian (R) wrote the first article pointing out to better health quality for those individuals who are a total vegetarian. From conducted research studies, it is evident that vegans have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, and this is a health advantage especially in this era of globalization. The author describes the significant nutrients found in vegan foods and the importance as to why people must consider changing their eating habits. Moreover, Craig talks about pregnant women, the elderly, and children and why it is important to cook eggs properly because their immune systems are compromised, making them vulnerable to undercooked eggs. The article is credible because it also looks at the downside to eating vegan food and asserts that food selection by vegetarians still leaves them with a nutritionally adequate diet. However, some vegans make an unwise…… [Read More]

Dyett, P. A., Sabate, J., Haddad, E., Rajaram, S., & Shavlik, D. (2013). Vegan Lifestyle Behaviors. An Exploration of Congruence with Health-Related Beliefs and Assessed Health Indices. Appetite, 67, 119-124.

Newson, R. S., Lion, R., Crawford, R. J., Curtis, V., Elmadfa, I., Feunekes, G. I., ... Uauy, R. (2013). Behavior Change for Better Health: Nutrition, Hygiene and Sustainability. BMC Public Health, 13(Suppl 1), S1. 

Wilson, J. (17, April 2012). Is Veganism Good for Everyone? The New York Times. Retrieved January 27, 2016 from:
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Daily Diet and Nutrition Analysis

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daily dietary log reveals a relatively balanced diet, with mainly vegetarian sources of protein, whole grains providing complex carbohydrates, and wholesome fats such as olive oil offering lipids. Over the three days, I consumed two eggs, a package of tofu, and several cups of beans as my primary sources of protein. Also during this period, I consumed several cups of whole grains, cooked fresh at home including brown rice and quinoa. To this base of whole grains, I usually add steamed or wok-fried vegetables including kale, carrots, chard, broccoli, or whatever happens to look fresh at the market. I usually add garlic, onions, chili peppers, and other spices to enhance flavor and sometimes cook a coconut milk-based curry. Breakfasts often consist of whole grain cereals with nut milks, but once or twice a week I will switch to yogurt because I appreciate the probiotics. To the yogurt I may add…… [Read More]


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Strategic Choices California Pizza Kitchen

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This approach to growing a retail business is extremely difficult to attain, as it requires the in-store experiences to support the brand and create value over time. In addition, the more mature of food retailing brand becomes the higher and more predetermined the expectations. For CPK the expectations of fast, friendly and professional service are very strong, as is the quality of the food itself. The need for creating a consistent experience is critical for their long-term growth as a result (Dasu, Chase, 2010).

For the company to continue to open up new markets, it must also concentrate on adjacent meal segments including brunch and lunch, a strategy their primary competitor in this segment, Panera Bread has done exceptionally well. Panera has been able to successfully redefine the brunch meal through their use of bundled soup and salad specials on weekends for example. What CPK also needs to concentrate on…… [Read More]


Dasu, S., & Chase, R.. (2010). Designing the Soft Side of Customer Service. MIT Sloan Management Review, 52(1), 33-39.

Event Brief of Q2 2010 California Pizza Kitchen Earnings Conference Call - Final. (5 August 2010). Fair Disclosure Wire

Monica Hanefors & Lena Mossberg. (2003). Searching for the Extraordinary Meal Experience. Journal of Business and Management, 9(3), 249-270.
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Daily Diet My Daily Diet

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Too much fat, on the other hand, leads to problems like high blood pressure, fatigue, joint problems, heart issues -- the list goes on. My recommended daily intake of calories from fat is 662.02 out of a total of 2364.36, or 28%. On Day Three, my total intake of calories from fat was 433.9 out of a total caloric intake of 1237.2, or 35%. This suggests that I need to watch the amount of fat I am including in my diet, even while it appears as though need to increase my basic caloric consumption.

The type of fat consumed is also important; 35.6% of the fat I consumed on Day Three was saturated, compared to the 32.1% recommended daily allowance. Though fats are essential, saturated fats really aren't, and taking in even less than the recommended daily allowance of saturated fats would be advisable. The fact that I am eating…… [Read More]

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Carbohydrates & Nutrition the Term

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He has just recently had surgery. What are the likely results of his deficient protein intake?

D. His surgical wound will heal effectively and he will grow normally because he can live off fat stores

85. When protein consumption is in excess of body needs and energy needs are met, the excess amino acids are metabolized and the energy in the molecule is

B. excreted in the urine.

86. Kwashiorkor usually is associated with a deficiency of C. protein.

87. Which of the following is not true about an incomplete protein source?

D. Lower quantities of this source could be eaten to get adequate quantities of essential amino acids

88. The most reliable source of vitamin B12 for the vegan would be

A. fortified soybean milk.

89. Today the best estimate for the amount of protein required for nearly all adults is ____ grams per kilogram body weight per day.…… [Read More]

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Hollandaise Sauce A History How

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Many people fear that hollandaise, because of its opaque color is used to conceal tainted meat, or old fish, and there are concerns about food poisoning if white sauces are allowed to stand too long. Raw or uncooked eggs can transmit salmonella and other diseases, and diners may wish to make sure that they only consume well-cooked eggs. The poached eggs of Eggs Benedict pose another problem for this resistance to uncooked or undercooked eggs. Also, in today's fast-paced society, breakfast and brunch foods are less popular than in the past and many people are simply not familiar with hollandaise sauce, except as mayonnaise in sandwiches or as the cheese component of fast food breakfast sandwiches. Learning how to handling dairy-based sauces with proper precautions as well as techniques are essential for all chefs. hen menu-planning, there are also dietary concerns related to the heavy fat content in the sauce.…… [Read More]

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Demand for American Soy Products

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The greatest demand in Turkey for American soy products is for soy grains and soy meals that are used in organic farming. These products are used by farmers to feed poultry and other livestock an organic diet that many people believe produces healthier livestock meat than traditional methods of feeding livestock cornmeal, oats, and (especially) animal byproducts, a practice that has been linked to the spread of serious cattle diseases in Europe such as so-called "Mad Cow Disease."

That demand for consumable soy farming products has also generated a corresponding demand for the equipment typically used to crush, extract, and dry soy products from the raw ingredients used to make them. This trend also extends to the vegetarian food industry because it allows large suppliers to produce tofu and soy milk from raw material and thereby avoid the costs associated with importing prepackaged processed soy products.… [Read More]

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Technology Has Evolved a Great

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Again, Mc Donald's has managed to deal with competitive threats posed by both these market players due to the fact that the prices that Burger King, Starbucks and Costa Coffee charge are much higher than that charged by Mc Donald's. The primary reason behind higher prices of Costa Coffee and Starbucks is the fact that their target market is much stronger and niche as compared to that of Mc Donald's. The recent economic crunch however, has benefitted Mc Donald's as many people who prefer sophisticated ambience, due to their lower purchasing power and increased inflationary pressures now prefer Mc Donald's over the likes of Starbucks and Costa Coffee. As a result, Mc Donald's is the strongest market player in the Global region today.

Mc Donald's target market includes all the people who travel for leisure and/or business purposes and prefer to have a luxurious accommodation. The cafe provides best possible…… [Read More]


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