Kay Snack Case Study

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“We received a huge response for our ‘Kay’ brand’. I think this is the correct time to introduce our new snack under ‘Kay’ brand”, suggested Hari, Marketing Head of ABC condiments. ABC condiments is the producer of sweets and savouries with an authentic Indian flavour. One of its brand ‘Kay’ Snacks is very popular among customers for its freshness and crispiness. Hari, Seema, Sudha and Virat are in a discussion to introduce a new variety of ragi snack under the brand ‘Kay’. “I too agree with Hari!” said Production Head, Seema. “Correspondingly, we have to decide about the lot size of production of this ragi snack”, she added. “We should know the sales and demand forecast for that first”, said Hari. “In our department, we should check the machine…show more content…
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