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~Case Study~
Of the organisation

* The activities carried out in the organisation, levels of operation and organization

* The factors that contribute to the organisation's activities, research, development, quality assurance

* The factors that influence these activities, consumer influences

* Impact on the environment, economy and society

* Career opportunities

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The Australian Food Industry employs around575 000 people in the food manufacturing sector and agricultural food production. There are literally hundreds of different jobs involved in getting food from the paddock to the plate, whether the ‘plate’ is a home cooked meal or served up in a restaurant.

Activities carried out in the organization, levels of operation and organization An insight to the company…
Heinz Australia makes food products that are enjoyed by families across Australia.
Their family favourites include soups, baked beans, sauces, infant and toddler food, frozen and packaged vegetables, and simple, tasty meal solutions. They also supply the Australian hospitality industry with quality products, and are the preferred supplier of sauces and fries to many leading quick service restaurants.

Heinz famous leading brands are a byword for quality, as they have been for generations of Australians - Heinz, Wattie's, Greenseas, Tom Piper, Farex, Hamper, Good Taste Company, Weight Watchers and Earth's Best.

Heinz Australia is part of the global HJ Heinz group, one of the world's leaders in food. HJ Heinz prides itself on listening to customers all over the world and then delivering the flavour, food service, meals and nutritional solutions they want.

In Australia, Heinz has been feeding families for more than one hundred years - and Australians have been manufacturing our quality food products since 1935.
Today the Australian business directly employs more than 800 people, including some 500 in the rural manufacturing centres of...
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