31
Jul
2015

Should a Dog Food Company Be Big on Advertising?

What does it take for a dog food company to succeed in all that they do? Just what does a dog food company need to do in order to make a name for itself or to draw in customers? Should a dog food company be focused on their advertising and making sure that they have some great ads out there? Should a dog food company spend time worrying about the advertising that they put out? Some brands seem to think so, and that seems to be helping those brands.

Beneful has put a focus on their advertising campaigns, taking the time and effort to put out good ads. This brand puts out ads that will be remembered. This brand feels that advertising is important to a dog food company, and the advertising that they do seems to pay off. It seems that advertising is important for a dog food company, and that those kinds of companies should look out for themselves by putting out quality advertising.

25
Jul
2015

Some Facts About Dog Food

Dog food means food particularly made for eating by dogs. Similar to every carnivoran, dogs’ teeth are sharp as well as pointed, and features short gastrointestinal areas better designed for the ingestion of meat. Regardless of this normal carnivorous making, dogs have been able to adjust over many years so that they can live on scraps that are meat and others non-meat as well as leftovers of man’s food and flourish on a range of foods.

In USA alone, people who own dogs used over $8.5 billion in 2007 on dog food that has been commercially processed. A number of individuals make dog food, give their dogs foods formed from ingredients bought in grocery stores or even health-food shops or feed them a raw meal diet.

Foods that pose danger to dogs
Several of the common foods consumed by human plus household consumables are poisonous to dogs. These consists of chocolate solids (theobromine poisoning), onion plus garlic (thiosulfate, sulfoxide or even disulfide poisoning), grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts, plus a range of plants as well as other possibly consumed items.

Green tomatoes are not supposed to be included in dog’s food since they have tomatine, which is dangerous to dogs. The tomatine disappears as the tomato gets ripe, and becomes safe for dogs to consume. Additionally, tomato plants are themselves toxic.

Beneful
Many people are known to like all things in their dogs’ lives to be lively and interesting, thus a dog manufacturing company called Purina has redeveloped dog food, processing it in a form that is all concerning dog fun. This is called beneful.

24
Jul
2015

The Persona of Joseph Bismark

 

In the world of business Joseph Bismark is the epitome of success. He has managed to rise in the business world without giving way to his inner belief system, standing firm in his determination and perseverance. As stated in an article written on the blog Newsom Thing Was Going on, he is a man to be admired for his tactical success. 

At the young age of nine he chose to live a life of the monks in the mountains of the Philippians. Their ancient teachings and philosophical beliefs giving him a spiritual awakening and understanding that he still carries with him to do this day. His simplistic life lead him to stay grounded, level-headed, adaptive and appreciative of the world around him. 

After his return from the Philippians his ascent up the corporate ladder was swift. By 2008 he had taken the seat as the Managing Director of the QI conglomeration. He is heavily involved in the social responsibility of the company and works daily with QI’s Rhythm Foundation.

He believes in the success of others and helping them achieve greatness which has been a key benefactor in his steady rise. He leads by example with his humbleness and shows fellow employees that working together can benefit the company much more than individual success. His innovative ideas shot revenue for the company up quickly and provided the lasting and solid foundation it has today. QI currently has over 1,500 staff members employed in over thirty countries. 

His versatility doesn’t stop at philanthropy, he is also a yoga instructor and a bonsai master. These qualities help keep his mind steady while giving him a unique edge that many people have admired around the world. His popularity isn’t limited to East Asia, he has gained global recognition for his practices and has set wave to a new trend in handling business. 

The corporate world is often a high stress environment especially when you begin running a successful company. Joseph Bismark remains a prime example that inner peace can lead to success, and humbleness is a valuable trait in the business world.

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23
Jul
2015

Organo Gold Continues To Rise Around The World

Although the company is now located in Canada, Organo Gold remains steeped in its history and the roots of the Philippines. Not only has the company maintained its strong links with its home country, which includes CEO and founder Bernardo Chua returning to the Philippines to receive a prestigious award, the company has also remained constant in its desire to keep the traditional ingredients of Asian medicine. Bernardo says the growth of Organo Gold has seen the number of available products increase from the company, which is testament to the fact Organo Gold is seeing increasing numbers of customers see the benefits of the inclusion of healthy extracts in their daily diet and beauty regime.

One of the keys to the success of the direct selling company Organo Gold is the ganoderma extract that is included in almost every product produced by the one time coffee specialist. Organo Gold began life in 2008 offering an innovative coffee blend designed to bring good health to the daily cup of coffee most people enjoy each and every morning. As times have moved on the inclusion of the mushroom based ganoderma extract has also seen the ingredient added to small single cup containers as coffee remains one of the main products loved by Organo Gold customers.

Bernardo Chua has recently overseen a growth in the range of products offered by his company, which has seen the product range grown to include the best available healthy options for personal care products. Each product includes the ganoderma extract, which is well known for its high quality and many healthy effects on the human body. The ingredient is sourced from only the most potent mushrooms found growing on high quality maple trees in some of the remotest forests in China. By including the extract in products like toothpaste the available options for any individual are large and varied for adding a healthy ingredient to any diet.

16
Jul
2015

Success is Waiting for Bonn Oir Vodka

The Partnership
The established Texas wholesaler and the retailer Goody Goody have announced the partnership with Bonn Oir Vodka. This announcement and partnership is for rollout and the distribution. This is in Fort Worth as well as Houston, Texas regions. This has been announced and published on Street Insider.

Success Began in 1964
Goody Goody was established in Dallas in the year 1964. The success story is an interesting one. This is nearly a 50 year slice of history. Bonn Oir Vodka is now teaming up and aligning together with Goody Goody. They are a successful model within the wholesaling of this premium vodka. It is an Irish-American vodka. This is well-known in bars, hotels, and restaurants all over the Fort Worth and Houston areas. This combination is just what this area is looking for in a business. Goody Goody has a fine reputation and has approximately 16 locations. These are all throughout the entire state of Texas. This combination team works well with this growing area.

A Smooth and Clean Finish
Bonn Oir provides a clean finish with an ultra-smooth splash. This is unique compared to the other “premium” vodkas. They only use soft white wheat which provides a remarkable flavor. This family has an extraordinary method for distillation. The O’Shevlin family has redefined the standards within this entire industry. They produce a gluten free and premium vodka that is the highest of quality.

For More Information
If you are looking to obtain more information, you will find it on Timber Creek Capital, Marc Sparks’ private equity firm behind Bonn Óir Gold Medal Vodka. Learn more about Marc Sparks and his successful business history on Bloomberg.

09
Jul
2015

VP of Boraie Development compares The Aspire in New Brunswick to high-end accommodations in Manhattan

Conveniently located near the Rutgers Medical School and the Rutgers University Campus, The Aspire — a privately-funded residential facility from Boraie Development LLC– is also adjacent to the New Brunswick Train Station, which provides direct rail service to New York City. 

The Aspire boasts of having amenities similar to those of high-rise residential properties in Manhattan, offering a two-bedroom apartment for $2,800, featuring an attached parking facility with elevator access directly to the lobby, with available indoor bike space and individual storage, as well as a Fitness Center offering state-of-the-art equipment, a Residents Club, with an outdoor BBQ Space, a Rooftop Sundeck and Garden area. 

The Aspire has other amenities that include a 10,000 sq. ft. retail space, as well as dining and nightlife prospects right there in the neighborhood. Boraie Development Vice President Wasseem Boraie confirmed in an article in the NJ Spotlight that the leasing office which opened in January, offered its initial leases this spring. 

For some time, despite its convenience to Rutgers, New Brunswick has shared its fate with other localities as “a city with city problems,” especially in the past 30 years or so, challenged by an increase in population from other nations and the subsequent struggle to overcome the sort of obstacles that would be only natural in such circumstances. This, then, contributed to a decline in property values and the negligence that too often accompanies those challenges.

In the forefront of the creative response to these issues was the leadership of Johnson & Johnson, with a bold decision to remain in New Brunswick and to be patient and steadfast in the face of any number of setbacks; yet in less than a decade it became clear that New Brunswick had begun to prevail over those obstacles, inspiring additional investment characterized by a vision for renewal which focused on its strengths, especially so close to New York, and the enhanced reputation of Rutgers University and New Brunswick’s focus as the seat of business for the county.

The shared interests of the New Brunswick Development Corporation, Rutgers University, and the Office of the Mayor – as well as investment of private developers such as Boraie Development LLC – has also meant shared goals and the cooperation of community development, academic and commercial interests in the downtown area which has the prospect of sound financial incentive for New Brunswick to provide a model for other cities in the nation, as well.

30
Jun
2015

25,000 Deaths Linked to Consumption of Sugary Drinks

A new study says excessive consumption of sugary beverages, like soda, contributes to hundreds of thousands of deaths worldwide.

The results show that drinking sugar-sweetened drinks is linked to 180,000 deaths a year worldwide, including 25,000 deaths per year in the United States.

Of the 15 most heavily populated countries, Mexico had the highest mortality numbers linked to sugar-sweetened drinks with their annual deaths totaling 318 for every million adults.

In a close second was the US. For every million adults, there are 125 deaths are blamed on drinking those sugary drinks.

The lowest numbers were in Japan, at 10 deaths per year, per million adults.

Previous studies show drinking sugar-sweetened beverages increases the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, and heart disease, and this new study highlights how devastating this problem has become, the researchers said.

Sweetened beverages are usually only one handy factor of a poor diet that impacts declining health.

“Diets where sugary drinks account for the most calories are generally poor diets,” said Dr. David Katz, director of the Prevention Research Center at Yale University’s Faculty of Medicine.

The study analyzed information from 114 countries, reviewing dietary surveys to apprise the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages, and the number of deaths from certain diseases.

“By simply improving the quality of the diet, we can revise the excessive intake of ingredients like sugar and salt, and certainly enjoy better health,” Katz said

29
Jun
2015

The Ridiculous Price of Eating Healthy

In the United States we are facing a large health issue. One of the biggest health issues we are facing is that of obesity. The rate at which the number of people facing obesity is increasing is very scary. It is very easy to see why this is such an issue if you simply drive thru any fast food restaurant and look at the menu. You can buy burgers and all kinds of other greasy alternatives in many locations for just a dollar or two. Most at Madison Street Capital and other businesses stay away from that just going off of Facebook. Look at the same establishments and the prices for healthy alternatives such as salads in the water almost double triple and quadruple the price of other menu options.

 

With an increase and shift towards healthy alternatives in the nation a lot of food establishments are looking to make changes. What are those major changes is taking out the byproducts additives preservatives and other items that may be harmful from the ingredients of their food. Papa Johns is one of the most recent companies to announce that they will be making the shift as well. They also released information stating that is going to cost them a hundred million dollars a year more to make healthier pieces then it did using ingredients that contained these things. We need to wake up America and it starts by buying from your local farmers and cooking at home.

29
Jun
2015

Your High Sugar Diet May Be Damaging Your Memory and Learning

As we age we expect to have minor “senior” moments, but could your diet be a major factor reducing your memory and other brain functions? Growing evidence supports a connection between gut microbiome alterations and brain function and behavior. Recent research published in Neuroscience examined the impact of a high-fat diet and a high sugar diet on the gut microbiome in mice and whether changes in the gut would impact memory and cognition. Both the high sugar and high fat diets altered the gut’s bacterial composition, but this was most evident with the high sugar diet. The high sugar diet also had the greatest reduction in cognitive flexibility and only the high-sugar diet resulted in impaired short-term and long-term memory.

Our typical high-fat, high-sugar American diet may be changing our gut’s bacterial composition in a way that negatively impacts our memory and brain functions. Because this study was conducted on mice, it’s unknown if the results would be similar in humans. Yet, the research suggests that we may be able to ward off declines in memory and cognition by changes in diet. It’s something many like Crystal Hunt find extremely interesting.

100 Million Dollars for Taco Bell in India

There’s a lot of news going on around fast food restaurant this week. One of those companies is Taco Bell. Taco Bell is looking to purchase approximately 300 locations in southern and western India. The current franchise locations in India have proven successful with a much different menu than what is sold in the US. Taco Bell recently received a hundred million dollars to put towards this expansion. The other news in fast food comes from Chickfila and McDonalds who have decided to serve only meat from places that do not use human antibiotics. McDonalds is also making some news with a much different menu option in Canada. Locations in Canada are now offering lobster rolls. This fine cuisine is called the McLobster. This consist of lobster, diced celery, shredded lettuce, mayonnaise and lemon flavoring. I don’t know about you but I think McDonalds should stick to cheap burgers and delicious fries.

18
Jun
2015

Don’t Forget the Bar of Chocolate

Eating chocolate every day could be a good thing. There are reports that have been released about eating two bars of chocolate each day in order to keep the blood pressure low, which can help in lowering the risk for a stroke and heart disease. That doesn’t mean that you should eat the largest chocolate bar that you can find. It simply means that chocolate isn’t the bad food that some people thought that it was. Some scientists have thought that it was only dark chocolate that provided these benefits, but milk chocolate is now among the sweet treats that can be consumed for better health. There is a good bit of calcium and other products in the chocolate that can help in lowering the risk of heart diseases and strokes. James Dondero suggests that the simple idea of eating chocolate is something that is likely enough to lower the stress levels of some people.