"Omore Ice Cream" Essays and Research Papers

  • Omore Ice Cream

    Strengths: * Omore have positioned itself as “more for less” and they have captured a considerable share in markets where they are serving. * They have promoted themselves as full of happiness and art, attracting a huge chunk of audience. * They offered 24 different packs and 3 flavor which are not offered by anyone else in the market. * It is among the few brands in the country to manufacture dairy products. * They have divided their products according to their target market...

    Butter, Butterfat, Dairy product 1122  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ice Cream

    ICE CREAM IN AUSTRALIA 24 Dec 2014 HEADLINES Ice cream grows by 3% in value terms in 2014 and marginally slips in volume terms Two consecutive hot summers revives ice cream Frozen yoghurt records the fastest current value growth of 12% in 2014 Unit prices of ice cream rise from A$7.02/kg in 2013 up to A$7.29/kg in 2014 Unilever Australia Ltd retains its leadership with 31% value share in 2014 Ice cream is expected to continue its strong growth with a value CAGR of 2% at constant 2014 prices over...

    Dairy product, Ice cream, Mars, Incorporated 885  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marketing and Ice Cream Producers

    Introduction Ice-Fili is a mid-sized and privatized joint-stock company in Russia. In 2002, it ranked as the top ice cream producer which offered 170 different ice cream products and had more than $25 million in sales. In addition, Ice-Fili’s flagship ice cream brand --“Lakomka” was responsible for 30% of the company’s sales.  However, Ice-Fili has been losing its market share and experiencing a decrease in sales volume in recent years due to the increasingly competitive Russian ice cream market. External...

    Barriers to entry, Distribution, Ice cream 1728  Words | 7  Pages

  • Demographics Ice Cream Industry

    the Ice Cream Industry The Canadian demographic for ice cream has been a constant presence of a sweet treat on a hot summer day. Thankfully, Canadians love ice cream, and enjoy it all year around. But, just who is enjoying this delicious milky treat, and what opportunities and threats does that leave the ice cream industry with? Opportunities Canadians have loved ice cream for centuries, and it shows today as children as young as ages 2-12, and folks as mature as 75 and up love ice cream. (Canadians...

    Canada, Dairy product, Dairy products 1600  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ice Cream Survey

    applicants enjoyed breakfast food with 38 people. They usually buy ice cream in the summer, but 25 still stated they bought ice cream on a monthly basis. Almost everyone said they buy ice cream both at the store, and at ice cream stores like Dairy Queen. 43 of 44 applicants said they preferred to go to a place like Dairy Queen than the grocery store. $3-4 was the overall average that applicants said they would spend on ice cream at a retailer. $5-6 was the average spent at a grocery store. Applicants...

    Breakfast, Flavor, Food 1046  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ice Cream Time

    November 2012 Ice Cream Time Thesis: This Breyers Blasts advertisement is effective towards families who eat ice cream together, the advertisement has a very eye catching image, encourages families too try the blasts ice cream, and emphasizes that eating Breyers Blasts will bring families closer together. I. The Breyers Blasts advertisement has a very eye catching image that engages the reader to look further into it. A. The reader’s eyes are drawn straight to the scoop of ice cream exploding...

    Breyers, Cookie, Family 1051  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ice Cream Shop Doc

    Ice cream Shop 1. Problem statement This problem is about an ice cream shop, that wants to have the system that makes orders possible over the Internet. For this to be possible this shop will need and web application and through this the clients will have the possibility to order. The ice cream shop has many flavors and the client can order as many as he wants. The application is managed by an administrator, and he has the job to verify and to add new type of ice cream flavors. The client once he...

    Ice cream 738  Words | 7  Pages

  • Milk and Ice Cream

    SQUASH AS ICE CREAM WITH MALUNGGAY BITS ABSTRACT Squash is a kind of vegetable that is commonly raised throughout the year in abundance. Ice cream is a frozen dessert made from dairy products, such as milk and cream. Because the squash is commonly raised througout the year, the researcher would like to study about squash as ice cream. The researcher gathered the materials needed. The researcher washed and sliced the squash. It is boiled with the malunggay leaves within 15 minutes after that...

    Dairy product, Dairy products, Ice cream 1558  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ice Cream Survey

    Hello Friends, We are a group of students from Asia Pacific College of Advanced Studies, doing a business degree. You are invited to participate in our Ice cream survey. In this survey, we need approximately 50 to 100 respondents. It will take approximately 1 to 3 minutes to complete the questionnaire.  Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. It is very important for us to learn your opinions. Your survey responses and information will be kept strictly confidential. Thank...

    Chocolate, Convenience store, Grocery store 289  Words | 3  Pages

  • Microeconomics Ice Cream Analysis

    Jerry’s Homemade Inc. Ice Cream June 9, 2011 Deborah Minassian ECO 201 : Microeconomics Research Paper The Unilever Group Ben and Jerry’s Homemade Inc. Ice Cream June 9, 2011 Deborah Minassian Abstract Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. has been in business since 1978. Approximately 40% of the world's frozen dairy desserts, 5.6 billion liters per year, are manufactured at more than 450 U.S. ice cream plants. This makes the United States the largest producer of ice cream and related products...

    Ben & Jerry's, Ben Cohen, Dairy product 2654  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ice Cream Products

    registered with the SEC on July 13, 2004 for the purpose of manufacturing ice cream products for the domestic and export markets. Its paid-up capital stands at fifty million pesos and its brand new plant is located in Clark Special Economic Zone in Angeles City . Most of its manufacturing equipment are imported from Italy . Creamline Dairy Corporation was established in 2004 to manufacture and distribute high quality ice cream products at very affordable prices. Creamline products are distinctively...

    Butter, Dairy product, Dairy products 636  Words | 3  Pages

  • Arce Dairy Ice Cream

    CASE: ARCE DAIRY ICE CREAM I. TIME CONTEXT 1991 II. VIEW POINT Elsie Arce-Romero, VP Advertising and Promotions III. CENTRAL PROBLEM How will Arce Dairy Ice Cream compete in the ice cream industry and regain success using its new brand name? Symptoms: Low market share, wherein, Arce Dairy Ice Cream belongs to the remaining 10% of the ice cream market. Cause: Poor promotional and distribution strategies IV. STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES: Must Objective: To increase in one month’s...

    Advertising, Brand, Brand equity 801  Words | 5  Pages

  • The ice cream industry of Bangladesh

    The ice cream industry of Bangladesh: An overview The ice cream industry in Bangladesh is a well established and a prospering sector. It began its journey about 40 years ago with the establishment of the ‘Igloo’ ice cream unit in 1964 under the umbrella of the AML Constructions. Since then this sector has been growing. In 2014 this was a 6.5 Billion Taka industry and is expected to rise to an approximate 8.5 Billion Taka industry in 2015 (AMLBD, 2014). This industry is in a robust growth stage...

    Butterfat, Dairy product, Gelato 1655  Words | 7  Pages

  • ice cream feasibility

    FEASIBILITY STUDY ON STARTING A NEW ICE CREAM OUTLET IN BANGALORE WITH REFERANCE TO “DAIRY RICH” OBJECTIVES: TO STUDY ABOUT THE COUSTOMER INFLOW TO THE ICE CREAM OUTLETS. TO STUDY ON EXISTING FLOVOURS & ITS POPULARITY AMONG COUSTOMERS. TO STUDT ABOUT MARKETING STATERGIES ON GROWTH. TO STUDY ABOUT MANPOWER REQUIRED FOR STAFFING. TO STUDY ON INTRODUCING ADDITIONAL SUPPLIMENTS IN ICE CREAM OUTLET. TO STUDY ABOUT THE COUSTOMER INFLOW TO THE ICE CREAM OUTLETS. 1) What is the age group who visit...

    Flavor, Harry Connick, Jr., Harshad number 452  Words | 8  Pages

  • Bulla Ice Cream Iyan

    Bulla Dairy Foods Product Specification Bulla Vanilla Icecream Product Name:Bulla Vanilla Ice Cream Product Code: Pack Size: 2 Litre, 4 Litre, 5Litre 1050(2 litre), 1022(4 litre), 1011(5 litre) Organoleptic Properties: Colour: Creamy white. Appearance: Smooth, consistent texture, free from ice crystals. Odour: Fresh, clean, characteristic odour, free from foreign or objectionable odours. Flavour: Fresh, clean, characteristic flavour, free from foreign or objectionable flavours. Extraneous...

    Butter, Butterfat, Dairy 412  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Chattanooga Ice Cream Division

    CASE 1: The Chattanooga Ice Cream Division 1. PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION The main problem is, the Ice Cream Division sales were declining over the past four years. Sales revenue presented more than 180millions of Dollars in 1991, but in 1995 presented only 150 millions of Dollars. During this period, growth of consumption of ice cream had slowed and competition in Chattanooga´s markets had increased substantially. Charles Moore try to find the best idea to solve a problem with declining production...

    Decision making, Ice cream, Mix-in 1059  Words | 3  Pages

  • SWOT Analysis Ice cream shop

    the company’s ability to serve its customers and to reach its objectives. The company values their close customer relationships. Thanks to personal sales activities of the owner of Ci Vediamo Amsterdam, clients have a strong connection with their ice cream supplier (this can be concluded from the Positioning Advantages and from one current customer mentioning this advantage during the qualitative research). This will eventually lead to brand loyalty. Another strength of the company are their flexible...

    Brand, Competition, Competitor analysis 875  Words | 3  Pages

  • Swot B&B Ice Cream

    STBen and Jerry’s Ice Cream SWOT Analysis and the Causes of Success SWOT analysis is a very useful technique for understanding internal and external environment of the business based on its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. SWOT analysis on Ben and Jerry’s, we can see the secrets of its success and what are areas for growth. Strengths: 1. Ben and Jerry’s has a well-funded and large-scale parent company. 2. Ben and Jerry’s has a good reputation of the high-quality products...

    Ben & Jerry's, Brand, Food additive 1564  Words | 5  Pages

  • Preparation of venila ice cream

    homemade vanilla ice cream. We've been talking ice cream all week (it's Ice Cream Week at The Kitchn!) but let's take a step back here for a minute and get down to basics. If you've never made ice cream at home but want to give it a try, start here. This is a tutorial for making plain vanilla ice cream, from start to finish, showing you your options for recipes and churning methods along the way. And let me be very clear: When you make vanilla ice cream at home, with good milk and cream, and real vanilla...

    Butterfat, Cream, Custard 1692  Words | 5  Pages

  • Making of Ice Cream

    MAKING ICE CREAM INTRODUCTION Ice-cream is a frozen dessert usually made from daily products, such as milk, cream, and often combined with other ingredient and flavors. In order to incorporate air and prevent ice crystals from forming, the mixture must stir while cooling process. Let our discussed about history of ice-cream. The ancient Greeks, Romans and Jews were called ice-cream as a chill wine or juices. In the first century, messengers were sent by the Emperor Nero to mountain...

    Ammonia, Dairy product, Freezing 729  Words | 4  Pages

  • Natural Ice Cream

    ENTREPREUNERSHIP INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT Natural Ice Cream Executive summary: Natural Ice Cream, one of the most popular ice-cream brands among people all over the city began as a small, single store that now has a huge number of franchise outlets and the brand is a runaway success. It currently has 89 franchise outlets across West and South India: 47 in Mumbai, 29 in the neighboring urban clusters of Navi Mumbai, Thane and Pune, and the rest scattered across select cities of Maharashtra...

    Ben & Jerry's, Butterfat, Ice cream 778  Words | 3  Pages

  • Magnolia Ice Cream

    [pic] This is the Magnolia Ice Cream Plant. It is the cornerstone of Magnolia’s legacy in making the finest ice cream in Philippine history… A symbol of Magnolia’s commitment to provide families with products and services of superior quality and excellent taste… A showcase of the best equipment and technology in ice cream production... Home to highly-driven individuals dedicated to continue making Magnolia Ice Cream a world class name and an integral part of the Filipino’s rich...

    Banana split, Ben & Jerry's, Butterfat 1092  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ice Cream Market in the US 2014-2018

    Ice Cream Market in the US 2014-2018 The Ice Cream market in the US comprises the Take-home, Impulse, and Artisanal Ice Cream segments. The Take-home Ice Cream segment led the market in 2013 with a 63.68 percent share. Increase in disposable income and impulse purchases, the introduction of new flavors, and the high demand for ice cream products drive the consumption of ice cream products. Though the consumption of ice cream is increasing, the market's mature nature will cause it to experience...

    Abbas Kiarostami, Ben & Jerry's, Butterfat 322  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sour Grape Ice Cream

    Sour Grape Ice Cream 1 WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT: SOUR GRAPE ICE CREAM Ice cream is just ice, fat and air; the way these three main ingredients interact determines the ice cream quality. Color, texture and taste are the main quality factors for ice cream. To optimize these it is particularly important to control process parameters including the temperature and time of heating and cooling the mixture. Over-heating and slow cooling causes changes to the flavor and color of the milk, whereas under-heating...

    Butterfat, Cryobiology, Dairy product 1015  Words | 3  Pages

  • ice cream report1

     Ice Cream Report 1. INTRODUCTION Ice cream is a complex colloidal system, which consists of air bubbles, ice crystals and fat globules. There are many formulation and [processing factors that influence the quality of ice cream. Stabilizer is such a factor, the function of stabilizer is to improve air incorporation, give body and texture, control meltdown of the ice cream(Keeney 1982).The aim of this report describes the procedure of manufacturing ice cream, and discuss what...

    Butterfat, Crystal, Diamond dust 1139  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ice Cream Lab

    Ice Cream Lab Purpose: To use the properties of thermodynamics to create delicious vanilla ice cream. Recipe: 2 cups heavy cream 1 cup whole milk 2/3 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 vanilla bean, scraped Data Table: Time mixed: 30 minutes, 1800s Mass of salt: 1.77 kg Mass of ice: 2.27 kg Initial Temp. (ingredients): 12 Degrees Celsius Initial Temp. (ice) -12 Degrees Celsius Total mass: 0.64 kg Final temp. (ice and ice cream): 4 Degrees Celsius Mass of ingredients before:...

    Energy, Entropy, Heat 795  Words | 3  Pages

  • Industry Analsis of Arun Ice Cream

    The ice cream industry in India is in many ways, reflective of the overall population distribution. The country’s population is primarily rural with approximately 65% of the population living in villages with a population of less than 5,000; this means there are well over 150,000 villages with a combined population in excess of 650 million. This has contributed to a highly fragmented industry that by many estimates has over 70,000 ice cream entities. Many of these are single family operations...

    Comfort food, Food, Ice cream 2420  Words | 7  Pages

  • Questionnaire: Favorite Ice Cream

    Gender: 1. Do you eat Ice Cream? a. Yes b. No 2. Which Ice Cream do you usually buy? a. Baskin Robbins b. Kwality Wall c. Mother Dairy d. Amul e. Others 3. Why do you buy this brand? a. Quality b. Package c. Quantity d. Price 4. Which is your favorite ice cream flavor? a. Vanilla b. Strawberry c. Chocolate d. Honey Nut Crunch e. Other 5. How often you eat ice cream? a. Weekly b. Monthly ...

    Baskin-Robbins, Burt Baskin, Dairy product 290  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ice Cream Sundae

    within your body? Throughout America, a common response typically emerges: “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!” Introduce Self: Hi, my name is Maria Papadopoulos, and with summer rapidly approaching, there proves no greater treat than indulging in a home-made ice cream sundae. THESIS: In fact, by following three simple steps, one can concoct the perfect ice cream sundae. Main Point One: First of all, one must decide upon a base, a flavor that will accentuate the delightful taste...

    Butterfat, Desserts, Ice cream 1111  Words | 4  Pages

  • Vadilal Ice Cream

    category of this fast growing industry; rubs shoulders with Hindustan Unilever in this product category and is a recognisable and visible product and is available at a market cap of just Rs.87 crores Vadilal Industries is India's third largest Ice Cream manufacturer - the largest being Amul and Kwality Walls (Of Hindustan Unilever) occupying the No.2 position. Infact, Kwality Walls and Vadilal are neck to neck in terms of market share. The company has two manufacturing plants located at Pundhra...

    Ice cream, Ice cream parlor 2174  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ice Cream Cake

    ce cream cakeMission * Business solution sales growth by 50% on a year to year basis. * To be a globally competitive company. * Maintain the cleanliness and orderliness for the best quality in our products. * To satisfy the costumers taste buds. Vision * Great business insight and continuous business development. * Best quality product. Goals and Objectives * To serve the costumer quickly. * Make a customized ice cream cakes based on the desire of the costumer...

    Butter, Cakes, Capital expenditure 1253  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ice Cream and Magnolia

    Magnolia Inc. Brief History Magnolia has been making every meal a delight for 30 years since it started in 1981 as a business unit of San Miguel Corporation's Magnolia Ice Cream Division. Magnolia entered into a joint venture with New Zealand Dairy Board (NZDB) in 1987; named as Philippine Dairy Products Corporation (PDPC); SMC owning 70% until in July 2002 buying out NZDB share and became Magnolia Incorporated, a subsidiary of San Miguel Pure Foods Company. Magnolia in its 5-hectare Plant facility...

    Banana split, Dairy product, Dairy products 1266  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sales promitional plan in Ice Cream House

    PROMOTIONAL PLAN “ICE CREAM HOUSE” INTRODUCTION Filipinos love these creamy and sweet concoctions whether it’s cold or hot, whether staying in or eating out, whether one is alone or with family. Ice Cream House is a spin-off of the slowly growing chain of Ice Cream Stores around Metro Manila. Ice Cream Store is a chain of neighborhood ice cream shops where you could choose from a number of flavors and variants to take home. On the other hand, Ice Cream House also serves ice cream specialties and...

    Ice, Ice cream, Ice milk 862  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chattanooga Ice Cream Case Analysis

    Chattanooga Ice Cream Division Case Analysis Abstract The Ice Cream Division of Chattanooga Food Corporation had shown declining sales for 5 consecutive years through 1996. That was the year that they lost their third largest customer, Stay & Shop. A turn around had to take place but the Ice Cream Division leadership was unsure how to accomplish this. The division was run by Charlie Moore, grandson of the company founder. Charlie was a very democratic leader but had major...

    Harvard Business School, Ice cream, Leadership 2425  Words | 7  Pages

  • Production of Ice Cream Using Winged Bean Milk

    Production of Ice Cream Using Winged Bean Milk Abstract: Ice cream utilizing winged bean (sigarilyas) milk in place of cow's milk was produced. Although the ice cream produced did not rate very high in terms of taste, the texture, odor and appearance are comparable to that of regular homemade ice cream. The experimental ice cream was mom nutritious than the regular homemade ice cream. This was due to more protein and less fat found in winged bean milk, the amounts of which were determined...

    Butterfat, Cream, Ice cream 1319  Words | 4  Pages

  • Camote Tops and Coconut Milk Based Ice Cream

    Ice cream, a sweet flavored frozen food usually containing cream and butterfat, is simply one of the most delectable and most popular treats in the world. Ice cream has been around for hundreds of years and it has never failed to bring delight to both children and adults alike. [2] Included in the Top 10 Most Famous and Popular Filipino Dessert is the sorbetes. It is popularly peddled in the street of the Philippines and is known as the Philippine adaptation of the world-popular ice cream [1]...

    Butterfat, Carbohydrate, Cream 1756  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cookies Filled with Ice Cream Feasibility Study

    out what are the advantages of cookies that is filled with ice cream specifically in Bacolod City. Our study focused on advantages of cookies filled with ice cream. We choose Bacolod City people as our participants because related indication shows that many business creations are in the place that most people are present. We will present this research paper in order for us to know the taste and effect of cookies that is filled with ice cream in the consumption of people, reasons for eating, effects...

    Bacolod City, Eating, Food 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marketing Mix Ice Cream in Mc Donalds and Mimo's

    PRODUCT: ICE CREAM Stores: Mimo’s, MacDonald’s Mimo’s Target: all people with lower and middle incomes Mimo’s is a Colombian company created in 1979, specialized in the production and sale of ice cream and complementarity products, They offer different flavors of ice cream with different presentations, since presentations for children like claws or snow man until classic ice cream in cone that is attractive for the families in special the children. In Centro Chia the establishment...

    Food court, Ice cream, Presentation 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ice Cream History

    History of Ice Cream Introduction: Welcome everyone, I'm going to be talking to you about the history of ice cream. The beginning of Ice Cream History: -There was many stories that were told about who created ice cream and when it was created. -The most popular myth is that a Roman Emperor named Nero had his slaves fetch him snow from the mountains and had honey, or fruit toppings poured over it. However, pouring honey over snow is not actually making ice cream. -Ice cream was most likely...

    Ben & Jerry's, Ice cream, Ice cream cone 734  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marketing: Ice Cream and Jerry

    Market Research Report for Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream By: Swati Sugandh Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Holdings, Incorporated started in 1978 when Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield bought their first ice cream scoop shop in Burlington, Vermont. Since then, Ben & Jerry’s has grown from being only offered in Vermont to other States and Countries around the world. Throughout the growth of Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Holdings, Inc., many movements have been made in aspects of ingredients, packaging...

    Ben & Jerry's, Ben Cohen, Grocery store 2412  Words | 7  Pages

  • How to Make an Ice Cream Sundae

    to Make an Ice cream Sundae • Ingredients o Ice cream (any flavor) o Whip cream o Sprinkles o Hot fudge o Cherry o Fruit (opitional) • Setup o Make sure you have the following: ▪ A bowl for ice cream and hot fudge ▪ Spoon ▪ Scooper ▪ And all ingredients listed above. • Step 1 o Go to the freezer and get your desired ice cream flavor. o Set the ice cream on the table...

    Cream, Dairy products, Desserts 265  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ice Cream Study

    Carvel must go after the “little Emperor” market segment and drive its Marketing strategy There is scope to create a new demand driven by the kids and disrupting the existing confectionary market segment for ice creams and cake ice creams in specific. First we shall eliminate the other 2 segments and then derive the fact as to why the segment of our choice is a clear winner. The below mentioned 2 segments have several benefits, such as existing knowledge, higher purchasing power, open mind...

    Butterfat, Cakes, Carvel 1587  Words | 6  Pages

  • Why Does a Consumer Buy an Ice Cream?

    In the first place we have to see in general why people buy ice creams, and what value it has to them this type of product and then we have to analyze the different types of markets because the reasons will change accordingly with the type of (children or adults, for example) and product (premium or not, for example). So basically the answer to this question is that the reason why consumers buy an ice cream depend of some variable factors that I will try to explain here. Consumers just buy a product...

    Ice cream, Management, Marketing 1102  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ice Film

    Ice-Fili Analysis Table of Contents I- Introduction 2 II- Analysis 3 1- External Analysis 3 i) Porter’s 5 Force 3 ii) Key Success Factors 4 2- Internal Analysis 5 i) Value Chain Analysis 5 ii) Financial Analysis 6 III- Decision Opinions with Evaluation 6 IV- Recommendation and Implementation 8 1- Short Term Activities 8 2- Long Term Activities 9 V- Exhibits 10 i) Exhibit A: Financial Ratio Analysis and Calculations 10 ii) Exhibit B: Decision Matrix 11 Introduction First time...

    Advertising, Financial ratio, Ice cream 1656  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ice Fili

    ICE FILI CASE 1) Is Russia’s ice cream industry attractive? Yes, it is. Russia is one of the largest nations in the world and, as such, holds promising market share potential due to its sheer size in geographic, demographic and economic terms. Russians love ice cream, even in the subzero winter climate. Despite decreased market share due to recent increased consumption of beer, soda and confectionary products; the Russian ice cream industry is attractive due to its lower entry barriers...

    Baskin-Robbins, Ice cream, Marketing 2432  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ice Fili

    company was privatised and rechristened “Ice Fili”. Anatoliy Shamanov, an expert in the technical processes essential in the frozen food industry, joined the company in 1968. After six years of service he decided to further his expertise serving in a variety of other roles elsewhere in the frozen foods industry. He later retuned as CEO in 1988 and was inspirational in leading the company through the vast changes that ensued. Ice Fili are Russia’s top ice cream producer so one could forgive Shamanov...

    Competition, Complementors, Ice 1731  Words | 10  Pages

  • Ice-Fili

    Ice-Fili “A storied market leader facing competitive pressures” To: Senior Management, Ice-Fili February 12, 2012 Current Situation Ice-Fili was able to maintain its leading position in the Russian ice cream industry during volatile times. However, it now faces even tougher challenges that threaten its future prospects: reduction in ice-cream consumption, emergence of cost-efficient regional players, and the lack of a quality distribution system. After analyzing the situation, we recommend...

    Baskin-Robbins, Brand management, Cost 1430  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ice-Fili

    Q3 Ice-Fili’s completive position relative to its regional? Porter’s five forces model will be used to assess the ice cream industry competiveness in the market. An illustration of the model specific to Ice Fili is displayed in Exhibit 1. In order to have sustained profit for Ice-Fili, we will analyze the drivers of the industry identified by strategic variable (R, C, Q). Profit can be defined: Profit=(R-C)*Q, Where R is revenue, C is cost and Q is quantity. Industry Rivalry (H) 1. Large number...

    Barriers to entry, Barriers to exit, Dairy product 1200  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marketing and Ice Cream

    Selecta was unknown and a dying brand when RFM Corporation bought it in a bid to contest Magnolia¡¦s monopoly of the Philippine ice cream market. And when RFM Corporation bought Selecta in 1990, the company through its winning formula of high-quality, marketing innovation, modern production technology and strong distribution network was able to capture 39% of the ice cream market from 1% Nationwide after more than 2 years from taking over the ownership. With the increasingly intense competition as...

    Butterfat, Dominance, Economics terminology 1401  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ice-Fili Case Study

    Russian Ice Cream Market Although the Russian ice cream market may initially look attractive due to its consistent growth in ice cream production/demand in recent years, after evaluating the market through the five forces framework, it becomes clear that the market far from attractive. Since the open market economy was first introduced to Russia in 1991, ice cream producer competition has more than tripled in sized to 300 firms by 2002. Significant funding would be required for ice cream manufacturing/distribution...

    Brand, Butter, Butterfat 2490  Words | 7  Pages

  • We All Scream for Ice Cream

    We All Scream For Ice Cream Who in their right mind could say no to the irresistible taste of ice cream? Being one of my most favorite snacks, I will admit that a carton of ice cream never stays in the fridge for more than a week. I can remember always having ice cream as a very special treat when I was younger, mostly chocolate and vanilla. Nowadays there are so many flavors of ice cream from simple chocolate to cola flavored. Ice cream may not be as popular as you think it is so here are...

    Claudius, Freeze-dried ice cream, Ice cream 955  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ice-Fili Swot Analysis

    Introduction Ice-Fili is currently competing in Russia’s ice cream industry. Although they have expanded to other products such as margarine and mayonnaise they will continue to focus on their core product line, which is ice cream. The reasoning behind this is that their ice cream production constitutes the majority of their profits and it is what Ice-Fili is most skilled at. The short-term and long-term corporate goals of Ice-Fili are relatively similar in that they both are concerned with...

    Baskin-Robbins, Competitor analysis, Goal 1588  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chocolate and Ice Cream: Comfort Food of Women

    Chocolates and ice cream: comfort food of women A research paper presented to Ms. Ellen P. Noveras Taytay United Methodist Christian School In partial fulfillment of the requirements in English IV Rizalene Joice R. Linzo IV- Saul January 8, 2010 Table of contents Chapter Page I. Acknowledgement……………………………..…………………….3 Introduction Background of the Study…………...…………….……4 Statement of the Problem………………………...…...4 Significance of the Study…………………….………..4 Scopes and...

    Chocolate, Ice cream, Ice cream maker 2452  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ice-Fili

    Introduction The Ice-Fili Public Limited Company rightly deserves to be considered one of the oldest ice-cream producers in Russia. The Ice-Fili is one of Russia's most famous and admired companies, both because of its entrepreneurial success and socially progressive vision. In its present form, it was incorporated on the basis of Frozen Products Plant No. 8, which was set up 65 years ago with support from Anastas Mikoyan, a popular and influential political figure. The company manufactures products...

    Dairy product, Economics, Ice cream 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • Background of Magnum Ice

    Background of Magnum Ice-Cream Streets are an Australian company originating from New South Wales. Set up in the 1920’s by Edwin ‘Ted’ Street, Street began selling ice-cream to the local community along with selling sweets, cakes and lemonade from the back of his shop (Streets 2009). Due to the impending demand and popularity of his products, Edwin set up the first Streets factory for production of ice-cream in 1923. Edwin- along with his son Ronald Street managed to maintain a strong reputation...

    Ben & Jerry's, Butterfat, Häagen-Dazs 1110  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ice Filli Case Analysis

    Executive Summary Ice-Filli was established by the Soviet Government by the name of “Moshladokombinat N 8” in 1937 and it was the first large scale industrial manufacturer of ice cream. In the later decades it gained modernizations in equipment and technology.Ice-Filli was one of the few that survived the 11 year tenure of the fall of the Soviet Union when its major competitors who were also international like Unilever left the market when they saw how saturated and risky the market had become...

    Ice cream, Market segmentation, Marketing 1426  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marketing assignment

    fully owned subsidiary of Engro in 2004. Using dairy as a stepping stone to enter into the food business, the Company has established state-of-the-art processing units in Sukkur and Sahiwal, along with an ice cream production facility in Sahiwal. Top quality brands like Olper’s, Olwell, Tarang, Omore and Owsum have been successfully launched under the helm of Company’s dairy products. To support these brands and their highest standards of quality, Engro Foods has invested heavily in milk processing...

    Brand, Butterfat, Dairy product 1608  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ice Fili Case

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