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Traditional criticisms of the ISO 9000 standards, that they are generic, procedurally-oriented, expensive and burdensome, are particularly applicable within the food industry. Their lack of fit with industry priorities and requirements, moreover, has created a growth in uptake of alternative...
This paper seeks to evaluate the ideas of six new product development (NPD) theorists and their associates. These include those who have developed their theories with particular reference to the food industry and the development of new food products. Their ideas are contrasted with non-food...
In 1994, after 61 years, the UK's Milk Marketing Boards were disbanded. One consequence, an increase in the variation of milk price paid to producers, is analysed here. Initially most milk producers joined the farmer-owned co-operative Milk Marque, accepting lower milk prices (estimated here at...
The key findings on implementing ISO 9000 standard in the seafood industry, which is recognized as the leading export industry in Thailand, have been presented. The purpose of this study was to describe the current situation in ISO 9000 implementation, the characteristics, the strengths, the...
The interaction between public policy, retail structure and conduct has been well debated but a paucity of empirical evidence exploring the interrelationships exists. This paper examines the impact of one policy measure, retail pricing legislation, on retail conduct. It focuses on the experience...
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