What Consumers Want: Developing The Market for Processed Food Demands
February 25th 2007 18:28
Jelly Sticks Taiwan
Processed food such as dried noodles, canned fish or meat, and powdered flavoring with small amounts of ingredients that take the place of the actual meal, are being developed and introduced to the market to entice customer demand and satisfaction. The brand of the organization which develops such food requirements are also another point for consideration by most consumers, most of them relying on the reliability of the company and length of existence, something that has contributed in solidifying the brand name of the company.
Lastly, the obligation of a corporation in the cultural and social sense should not be taken for granted. The required nutritional facts and components in each packaging of the product is something that will be referred to by conscious people who have got no clear knowledge of the product. This along with the other factors such as cost, ingredients and brand reliability, will be the forefront of determining the marketability of a product, not to mention the probable demand for the product.
Such brands known are Ajinomoto, Knorr, Century Canning Corporation, Del Monte, Nestle, Magnolia and San Miguel Food Corporation. Each has existed for quite some time specializing in a particular food genre, and the fact that they have lasted until today already speaks a lot with regards to being able to identify the demands and enhancing their product lines for consumer purchase and allocation.
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