Japanese Culinary Culture Case Study

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Product Development to meet market and Customer needs It used to be just simple food containers with white color. FP Corporation then produces more fashionable food containers and becomes the first manufacturer and seller of food containers with different colors and patterns in the Japanese territory. Do not stop here alone, FP Corporation keeps upgrading its products with advanced facilities and technologies such as reducing the weight of food container products, developing food container functions, using new materials. The development of these products to meet the needs of customers and in order to contribute to the development of Japanese culinary culture. According to information from FP Corporation's website, the polystyrene foamed material…show more content…
In the process of recycling, there are four entities that play a role in collecting trays and used bottles.. - First, consumers, FP Corporation can not collect trash recycling trays by itself, so FP Corporation persuades consumers to participate in a collection of used trays and PET bottles manufactured by FP Corporation. Consumers are asked to separate trays and PET bottles from other garbage, then wash them, dry them, and put them in a collection box that is already available in stores or supermarkets. - Secondly, Supermarkets, etc., FP Corporation places a collection box inside supermarkets and other stores, so that trays that have been purchased and used by consumers can be collected into the collection box. - The third is Packaging Wholesale Dealers, FP Corporation asks the dealers who distribute the products to supermarkets and shops to pick up used food containers and PET bottles that have been collected in collection boxes in supermarkets and stores on regular basis. So when dealers are distributing new products, they also take the used containers that have accumulated in the supermarket and then store them at the dealer's place for a while before they are picked up by FP

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