Marketing Malfeasance in the Infant Formula Industry
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Marketing Malfeasance in the Infant Formula Industry


Marketing Malfeasance in the Infant Formula Industry Infant formula, a scientific innovation designed to save babies’ lives holds responsibility for possibly millions of infant deaths (Schwab, 479).  Marketing characterizes infant formula as an icon of modernity, promising health and prosperity.  While formula is undeniably beneficial for some infants, companies’ ill intentioned marketing practices unnecessarily jeopardized … Continue reading

Death by Chocolate
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Death by Chocolate


Cocoa Industry Background Chocolate is a product that millions of people around the world consume on a daily basis with Americans alone consuming $16 billion or 2.8 billion pounds of chocolate every year (Reilly, 2013). Despite chocolate companies being distributed around the world the location that the cocoa is sourced is very concentrated. Ghana and … Continue reading

Trick-or-Treat
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Trick-or-Treat


One night a year it is socially acceptable to dress up as something or someone else and knock on a stranger’s door asking for candy. Children carry around their pillowcases gathering all of the candy that they can physically hold.  Then comes the best part– dumping your candy on the floor and seeing everything that … Continue reading