Try Cioccospresso! Costa launches new flavour drinks for this different winter 12/11/2014
Costa is looking to create warmth this winter thanks to a brand new offering that will light up your taste buds.
As the UK’s fastest growing coffee shop chain, costa never stops its steps in innovation. This time, costa try to deliver an intense chocolate experience to you by offering Costa Cioccosresso, an upgraded chocolate drinks which will be available to buy in Costa and Costa Metro from 12th November 2014.
It’s time to try something new besides your favorite coffee. Cioccospresso brings the zesty tastes right to your cup:chilli,vanilla,orange,mint and ginger. Combined with newly found cocoa and natural brown sugar,and topped with whipped cream and baking spices, this new drink addition offers you mellow enjoyment without adding milk.
During her vocation in Mexico,Victoria Stewart, one of Costa’s barista, discovered this magic drink and brought it back to dear you. It’s even better that Cioccospresso is made with patented machine specially designed by Costa to keep its original aroma and healthy effects.
Andrew Tornatore, senior marketing director for Costa's UK, said: "This is another delicious addition to the Costa’s menu and one we're proud to be launching. We always try to offer more healthy beverage and food to our customers, which is why we try hard discovering better ingredients and techniques.New additions like Cioccospresso is one of our achievements.Great healthy effects such as reductions of migraines,risk of cardiovascular problems and blood pressure will be shown to you while the beverage still upholding the high standards.”
The initial launch will also be hold in Leicester Square branch in November 12th,Aztec historians and health experts will be attending to present more information.Except that,Costa’s online activities waiting for your involvements as well,show your “Chocolate indulgence” and win free holidays!
...during the early 2nd century AD, possibly as early as the year 105 A.D., by the Han court eunuch Cai Lun, although the earliest archaeological fragments of paper derive from the 2nd century BC in China.
The modern pulp and paper industry is global, with China leading production and the United States behind it.To make pulp from wood, a chemical pulping process separates lignin from cellulose fibers. This is accomplished by dissolving lignin in a cooking liquor, so that it may be washed from the cellulose fibers. This preserves the length of the cellulose fibers. Paper made from chemical pulps are also known as wood-free papers–not to be confused with tree-free paper. This is because they do not contain lignin, which deteriorates over time. The pulp can also be bleached to produce white paper, but this consumes 5% of the fibers. Chemical pulping processes are not used to make paper made from cotton, which is already 90% cellulose.
The microscopic structure of paper: Micrograph of paper autofluorescing under ultraviolet illumination. The individual fibres in this sample are around 10 µm in diameter.
There are three main chemical pulping processes. The sulfite process dates back to the 1840s, and it was the dominant process before the second world war. The kraft process, invented in the 1870s and first used in the 1890s, is now the most commonly practiced strategy. One advantage is a chemical...
...marketing plan for a new non alcoholic drink
A business actually need a plan to develop, especially to a new product is particular important that is pivotal step in developing future marketing. A new non alcoholic drink which named Supa-F (super-fit) is targeting the junior high school or a subgroup market, let us suppose that the new coming juice which is 20% made of vegetables and 10% made of fruits and 70% water. The vegetable contains cabbage, carrot, Apium graveolens and tomato. The fruit contains apple and orange. The reasons why we decide to make the Supa-F (super-fit) are because
1. The young people group in Australia are known that didn’t eat enough vegetables and fruit
2. The young people group in Australia didn’t pay attention to their health very much.
3. They always have fast food and BBQ stuffs which can’t be assimilated easily.
4. There’re not many firms produce the same product.
Thus, we choose to produce theSupa-F.
* Strength analysis is an internal factor to business. Below are the strengths of our product Supa-F.
1. As we know, it’s a new and creative product to market. So it will attract more buyers because of people is curious about it and have not tries it before. Hopefully it will cause encourage sales.
2. There are not many drinks like our Super-F so it’s not real competitor in the market. We are...
...Possible outcomes of the launch
Launching a new energy shot product presents a moral dilemma. Most energy shots are aimed at teenagers and young adults, and this target audience is known to put more trust into the ‘street cred’ of the product, rather than medical and government advise, so there is an opportunity for carving some share of the market, especially if we deliberately exploit the ‘rebel’ aspect of our product.
On the other hand, given the ongoing media hype, there is also a chance of attracting negative publicity and becoming a scapegoat for the regulators. Eventually, this can result in long-term reputational damage and substantial (and unpredictable) litigation costs.
We could, however, turn the situation to our advantage by launching a drink that will be based on a different stimulator than the notorious mix of caffeine and guarana – as long as it is technologically viable. Such drink would comply with the Food Safety Authority’s caffeine concentration standards and could be classified as a formulated caffeine beverage. We could then market it as a healthier alternative to the popular energy shots, so that it appeals both to the target audience and the general public.
2. Legal aspects
The Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code (FSC) mandates that a formulated caffeine beverage must contain 145 to 320 milligrams of caffeine per litre1 (Commonwealth of Australia,...
Sunrise Software Launches Powerful New
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...With Reference to your own Research and the item above, evaluate the relative advantages and disadvantages of operating in China through organic growth as compared with opening up a joint venture with a Chinese Company (40 Marks)
A Joint Venture is a new firm formed to achieve specific objectives of a partnership like temporary arrangement between two or more firms. They are advantageous as a risk reducing mechanism in new-market penetration, and in pooling of resource for large projects. They, however, present unique problems in equity ownership, operational control, and distribution of profits. My research indicates that two out of five JV arrangements last less than four years, and are dissolved in acrimony.
Firstly I will begin my explaining the risks and rewards associated with operating in China in a Joint Venture with an existing Chinese firm using examples. Likewise to Costa in the extract above there are many examples illustrating the success of many, what is known as, middle market organisations. This includes; HSBC/ Bank of Communications which has been extremely profitable and successful with the company owning approximately 8% of BoC along with Burberry and Kwok Hang Holdings who bought out its China store franchisee in 2010 for £70 million. Unilever further present a great example of an organisation striving in China as it first entered the market with a JV in 1985 and opened their 1st factory in...
...Winter (/ˈwɪntər/) is the coldest season of the year in temperate climates, between autumn and spring. It is caused by the axis of the Earth in the respective hemisphere being oriented away from the Sun. Different cultures define different dates as the start of winter, and some use a definition based on weather, but when it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere it is summer in the Southern Hemisphere, and vice versa. In many regions,winter is associated with snow and freezing temperatures. At the winter solstice, the days are shortest and the nights are longest, with days lengthening as the season progresses after the solstice.
The tilt of the Earth's axis relative to its orbital plane plays a big role in the weather. The Earth is tilted at an angle of 23.44° to the plane of its orbit, and this causes different latitudes on the Earth to directly face the Sun as the Earth moves through its orbit. It is this variation that primarily brings about the seasons. When it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere, the Southern Hemisphere faces the Sun more directly and thus experiences warmer temperatures than the Northern Hemisphere. Conversely, winter in the Southern Hemisphere occurs when the Northern hemisphere is tilted more toward the Sun. From the perspective of an observer on the Earth, the winter Sun has a lower maximum altitude in the...
A/G Have you ever asked yourself why don't this homeless person just go and stay in a shelter and eat and sleep in a warm place an d leave me alone?
S/P Today I will inform my audience about the decisions homeless people have to make.
C/I Many homeless people opt to stay on the streets rather than in a shelter.
V/S After today you will understand why homeless people who live on the street.
Our homeless society is now growing very quickly and uncontrollably.
I. New York City began this year with the largest number of homeless people crammed into
shelters since the city began keeping count 20 years ago.
A. The coalition for the homeless has broken the homeless population into three segments: single adults, adults with families and children.
1. A whooping 43% of the homeless population is children. The children are by far the largest and fastest growing segment.
2. Adults in families account for the second largest segment with 35 % of the homeless population.
3. Topping it off single adults consist of 22% of the homeless population.
B. These figures do not include...