Yet another grand step forward has been taken with Omega-3!
Illinois-based Sara Lee has recognized the importance of the nutrient, and “will begin marketing a DHA-fortified white bread aimed at children that has been backed by the Disney Corporation,” according to a recent report put out by Nutraingredients. The article explains, “The world’s most successful omega-3 bread, ‘Tip Top Up Omega-3 DHA’, sells in Australia and similarly targets children’s brain health, but contains 32mg of fish-sourced DHA per two-slice serving.” As for the Sara Lee product line, the article goes on to quote Tim Zimmer, vice president of Sara Lee North American Fresh Bakery: “We understand the need to ensure proper nutrition through all stages of life especially in younger children. Bread with DHA Omega-3 is an excellent and simple way to provide moms with a great-tasting, nutritious option their little ones will love.”
The benefits of a diet that includes omega-3 are being recognized by an ever-increasing number of high-profile companies. To find a product that includes omega-3 is now as simple as buying bread, but it’s also possible to simply add it to your favorite drink. The Smoothie Essentials Omega-3 Blend comes in a powder form, and was specifically designed for the ease and convenience of adding it to the drink of your choice.
On another topic, let’s talk about Chipotle Mexican Grill. Let’s talk about success stories. The recent report is, “Revenue increased 12.2 percent to $387.5 million for the quarter. A bulk of that increase is due to higher menu prices implemented in late 2008…” the Orange County Register reports. In an economy where most businesses are dropping prices to try to lure customers, Chipotle raised prices? Well the question that comes to mind is “How are they pulling this stunt off?” The answers appear quite clearly within the article but the keynote seems to be that in addition to selling food, they are delivering Integrity. “Food With Integrity” is the message direct from founder Steve Ells. Does cutting your selling price affect the end product? Apparently the consumers think so. Offer a quality product, deliver it by means of dedicated employees.
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