The unique selling proposition of a particular product has to be the impact on environmental, social and human health criteria. Today, organizations are operating not only by fulfilling the government regulations, but arc partnering for the sustainability and responding to the increased concerns from the consumers and society about human health impact of the products, operations and resources depletion. The company that moves beyond the self-interest and operate selflessly for the betterment of all sectors it affects can actually secure self-interested achievements in the end. Food products industries have to be even more responsive as intake of bad quality product can cause irremediable harm to the health of the consumer and sometimes become the cause of death too. The Nestle India controversy these days have become an eye opener for many on one hand it shows that we Indians easily believe on what is said and not on what the reality is, it is very easy to be fool innocent consumers and make millions and billions of money.
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Inside Unilever: The Evolving Transnational Company
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Case Chapter 13: a Decade of Organizational Change at Unilever
Pears transparent soap is a brand of soap first produced and sold in  by Andrew Pears , at a factory just off Oxford Street in London , England. It was the world's first mass-market translucent soap. Under the stewardship of Thomas J.
The South India floods resulted from heavy rainfall generated by the annual northeast monsoon in November—December From October to December each year, a very large area of south India, including Tamil Nadu, the coastal regions of the Andhra Pradesh and the union territory of Puducherry, receives up to 60 percent of its annual rainfall from the northeast monsoon or winter monsoon. The northeast monsoon is the result of the annual gradual retreat of monsoonal rains from northeastern India. Unlike during the regular monsoon, rainfall during the northeast monsoon is sporadic, but typically far exceeds the amount produced by the regular monsoon by up to 90 percent. This excessive rainfall can be exacerbated by an El Nino of order of the magnitude which has since been evaluated to every year, such as