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MARKET STRATEGY OF MODERN FOODS LIMITED (MFL) CAMPANY

The paper has looked into market strategies that are being adopted by Modern Foods Limited (MFL) to compete over other companiles.

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MARKET STRATEGIES OF MODERN FOODS LIMITED (MFL) CAMPANY Background and context of organization Modern Foods Limited (MFL) is a company that was initiated in form of a small family business enterprise. It started its operations by making sausages and supplying of game and poultry in East Anglia with the main target being the rich. The business has currently expanded and is engaged in the sale of a variety of food products all over UK and parts of Europe. The only member of the family actually involved in the business and who also serves as the chairman is Stanley Modern. IVECTO partly bought the company some years ago and it holds 51% stake interest in the company. It also either own or part own a large proportion of businesses in the ...





... the right to join the representative body of their choice. However, this does not mean that the company is obligated to recognize all such bodies for collective bargaining or other purposes. Furthermore, it is worth noting that while acknowledging that the membership policy of the representative body is the prerogative of its members, the company should always remain committed to operating in a way that there is no discrimination of any form; be it gender, race or any other sort of inclination. At the same time, any staff members should be given the right not to belong to a representative body if he/she feels so. In that case, the company should not agree to membership of a representative body to become a condition of service or appointment.
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