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    Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

    flawed evidence and improperly obtained evidence, but is something much more fundamental and a core of the judicial system – that an accused person is not necessarily presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This statement in no ways implies that the Italian judicial systems promotes a guilty until proven innocent platform, but rather elucidates a flaw in the European Union joining requirements and what is generally accepted as the rules of law in Italy. So how are the rights of the

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    Soft Drinks

    Michael A. Perez ENG 101.06 Trobaugh November 1, 2012 Research Topic: I am investigating about soft drinks and calories in order to find out the relation of these products with the obesity problems we are having in our country, and how can they be resolved with the implementation of diets or strategies that will help the people. Source #1 “Hard News About Soft Drinks”. Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter 29.4 (2011): 4. MasterFILE Premier.Web. Quote: Tufts University Health and

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    Innocent Swot and Pestle Analsis

    My chosen Company is Innocent. It was founded by three friends who met at Cambridge University in the early 1990's. They sold their first Smoothies at a music festival having spent £500 on fruit for the Smoothies. When finished their Smoothies, customers were asked to put their empty bottles in either a “Yes” bin or a “No” bin. The question the customers were asked was whether the guys should quit their jobs to make Smoothies. When they checked the bins, the “Yes” bin was full with only

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    Health Drinks

    MARKET SHARE OF “HEALTH DRINKS” SUBMITTED CHIRAG G PATEL AS PART FULFILLMENT OF B.B.A. (3RD YEAR) APRIL, 2010 C O N T E N T S |Chapter No. |Title |Page No. | |  |Declaration |3 | |  |Guide Certificate

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    Innocent Case Study

    Innocent 1. Even thought the “Innocent company” appears to be different, care-free and fun-loving it has some more serious traits under the whole cover. The fact that it is single- minded could be understood from the fact that they firmly believe that they do not need marketing in order for people to notice then and start buying their products. They live by the idea that the word of mouth will occur and that people will spread the brand’s name. Event the situation where they still decided to

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    Innocent Drinks

    the end of the day the yes bin was full. They gave up their jobs the following day and Innocent Drinks was formed (innocent, our story) The creation of this company was difficult for the three friends who had no money, they asked their friends for rich contacts and were introduced to Maurice Pinto, a wealthy American who lent them £250,000 after seeing the potential of their plan. After six years, Innocent operates from Fruit Towers in Shepherd’s Bush, an office block with faux-grass walls and

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    Green Marketing Innocent

    Principles of Marketing MGT2002 Lecturer: Dr Hilary Downey Green marketing: The case of innocent smoothies Student name: Tiarnan Boyle Word count: 2193 Table of content Page no. Introduction History of the Company Marketing mix 1. Price 2. Point of Sale 3. Product and Production 4. Promotion Weaknesses and recommendations Conclusion Appendix

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    Innocent Drinks Success

    The organizational structure, ownership and growth of ‘Innocent Drinks’ from its beginning to the present date In 1998, three Cambridge University graduates, Richard Reed, Adam Balon and Jon Wright sold their first drinks, smoothies, from a stall at a music festival in London after spending six months on writing the recipes with only £500 as the starting capital. “Should we give up our jobs to make smoothies” were written on a banner in front of the stall. There were two bins marked as “Yes” and

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    Innocent Mareketing Plan

    Marketing plan for Innocent Drink Organization 1. Abstract The 30% downturn that the UK experienced has affected the smoothies market in the region leading to a decline of the market share. It is therefore crucial for Innocent drinks to presents a good evaluative report of the smoothies market of the U.K which recommended a better way of planning for the market. The marketing strategy will also help in seeing how that company can expand its market to other regions of the world. The targeted

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    Innocent Abroad Case Study Solution

    Appendix A Exchange Rates and Stock Market Index Values from 1981 to 2003 Exchange Rate (Foreign per USD) Francea Germanya Hong Kong 4.5475 4.9075 5.0150 4.9975 5.2550 5.5625 5.7180 5.8710 5.8650 5.5625 5.6550 5.6040 5.6850 5.8940 6.0890 6.2820 6.0960 6.1250 6.8300 6.8550 7.0120 7.1380 7.2400 6.9730 6.7400 6.9940 6.9000 7.2810 7.3960 7.5730 7.6250 7.9600 8.1150 7.9950 8.0130 8.2040 8.3350 8.6160 7.9950 7.9900 8.3450 8.3850 8.5360 8.9150 8.8670 9.4200 9.2950 9.5250 1.9735 2.1320 2.1310 2.1105 2.2105

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    Case Study Vitamin Water, Energy Drinks, Other Beverages

    Vitamin Water, Energy Drinks, other Beverages Case Study 2 The beverage industry has been rapidly growing for many years now. New products are being produced, as well as old products being refined. One of the largest markets thus far, beverages are continuously changing and being tinkered with. We look at a few different types such as, energy drinks, sports drinks, and vitamin-enhanced beverages. With different corporations comes different success factors. Some success factors for the

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    Carbonated Drink War - Case Analysis

    in these countries. On the hand, Pepsi Cola was founded in 1893. Following footsteps of coke, Pepsi also adopted franchise bottling system. Overcoming financial and legal hurdles around 1940’s Pepsi became second largest selling carbonated soft drink brand. In 1965 PepsiCo was formed through the merger of Pepsi and snack food giant Frito-Lay to exploit the non-CSD industries. With further successful merger and acquisitions with small and medium scale industries like Tropicana, Quaker Oats to name

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    Energy Drinks

    My – Health 350 Week 3 DB – Energy Drinks Something I learned in my last Health class is the ever-increasing use of today’s new “Energy Drinks.” Caffeine is the single most used drug in America. How many of us must have that morning cup of coffee before heading out the door? How many college students are staying up late at night preparing for a mid-term or final exam by drink these new, all natural, safe, energy drinks? You may want to read their labels and adjust your thinking. You

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    Lost Innocents

    The Lost Innocents Richard Napper University of Phoenix When an individual makes the complicated decision of adding a four-legged member to their family it should be viewed as a lifelong commitment. The majority of people who decide to take in a new four legged family member usually have the best intentions at the time. However, life happens and things tend to change. The puppy who was once small and adorable is now full grown, becoming ignored, and is chewing for attention. The kitten who

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    Innocent

    gave up our jobs over five years ago and started making innocent smoothies. The idea was to make it easy for people to do themselves some good. And to make it taste nice too. We wanted people to think of innocent drinks as their one healthy habit; like going to the gym, but without the communal shower afterwards We call them innocent because our drinks are always completely pure, fresh and unadulterated. Anything you ever find in an innocent bottle will always be 100% natural and delicious -and if

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    Innocent Drinks

    the story of the meteoric rise of smoothie makers Innocent Drinks shows what can be achieved in a tough, highly competitive category. Innocent's strategies are not elusive, nor unachievable rather, they are steps that any company can easily take to propel its brands to new levels. Thanks to frank, in-depth interviews with the company's founders, New Nutrition Business has been in the unique position of tracking the rise and rise of Innocent Drinks to its current status as the world's fourth-largest

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    Lapse to Drink or Not

    Lapse to drink or not In reading this article about early lapse to drinking and smoking among individuals I learned valuable information. Although there wasn’t as much psychological definition or terms explained in this articles; I felt that the two authors did an excellent job at portraying the reason for when, why, and how people who smoked and drank lapsed or relapsed according to different situations. In the beginning of the article the authors talk about how challenging concurrent treatment

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    Innocent

    that some of its packaging could catch fire when reheated in a microwave. Lighter cartons for Innocent smoothies by Catherine Dawes Innocent has moved its onelitre smoothies into lighter cartons with a new no-membrane lid, to save 20 tonnes of plastic a year. The Tetra Rex cartons are 8% lighter than before, saving around 100 tonnes of cartonboard a year, and have been launched as Innocent also introduces its first FSC-certified packaging, for its children's wedges. Previously, under

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    Soft Drinks

    Soft drinks are enormously popular beverages consisting primarily of carbonated water, sugar, and flavorings. Nearly 200 nations enjoy the sweet, sparkling soda with an annual consumption of more than 34 billion gallons. Soft drinks rank as America's favorite beverage segment, representing 25% of the total beverage market. In the early 1990s per capita consumption of soft drinks in the U.S. was 49 gallons, 15 gallons more than the next most popular beverage, water. The roots of soft drinks extend

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    Soft Drinks

    Introduction of soft drink industry: Soft drinks introduced in seventeenth century. These were known as non carbonated soft drinks and prepared by mixing honey and lemon with water and this soft drink was sold in Paris in small plastic cups. Later on it was produced in large scale John Mathew invented an equipment which is capable of producing carbonated water in large scale. The first flavoured drink was prepared by Doctor Philip Sing Physic in 1807. Later on it was liked as health drink and liked by

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    Innocent

    De Marketing mix, 4 p’s van INNOCENT DRINKS 1. Product - geen duurzaam goed, je kan het maar eenmaal gebruiken (weet niet precies of dit er bij moet?) Kernproduct. De kern van Innocent drinks is de nood aan een gezond, vers, fruitig drankje. Dit zijn onze smoothies. Omdat niet iedereen dol is op dezelfde vruchten, heeft Innocent ze van verschillende vruchten gemaakt. Of je nu van de frisse en zure smaak van cranberries houdt, of van de zoete en tropische smaak van mango’s en kokosnoten

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    I Never Drink Wine

    Running Head: DRACULA “I Never Drink Wine” C. S Intro to Film “I Never Drink Wine”, Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) Director, France Ford Coppola~ A Director according to Goodykoontz in Film: From Watching to Seeing, by definition is “the person with the ultimate responsibility for the overall film.” While this may not sound all that difficult given the fact that there are many, many crew members involved in the making of a film and all have there own unique, various job descriptions to

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    Innocent Drinks

    Brochure More information from http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/1226320/ Innocent Drinks Case Study: Capitalizing on the Health Trend in the Smoothie Category Description: This case study on Innocent Drinks forms part of The case studies series, which explores business practices across a variety of disciplines and business sectors. It focuses on the company's achievements as it copes with recession, competition and takeovers. Key reasons to purchase this title - Gain insight into

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    Health Drinks

    COMPARATIVE TEST Health Drinks Making Milk Richer The concepts of health and energy have perhaps never been as popular—or pursued/coveted— as they are now. (After all, even a leading burger chain is desperately seeking ‘nutritional’ status for its fare.) With market rivalries becoming an intense affair, brand strategists and marketers are eager to refresh their brand’s positioning and image. More often than not, it is the ‘health’ tag that becomes their ‘open sesame’ to the consumer universe

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    Energy Drinks

    of consuming energy drinks Woodbury University ISC-TELP program 03/24/2011 Nowadays energy drinks become more and more popular, especially among young people. They drink it because it helps to get rid of fatigue and sleepiness. It is also tasty like any carbonated beverage, what makes it more popular. And influence of advertisement is also high. But people do not care about negative effects of energy drinks such as different diseases

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    Soft Drink Case Study

    Success Factors 23 Prognosis 24 Bibliography 26 Appendix 27 Key Industry Ratios 27 Introduction Description The soft drink industry is concentrated with the three major players, Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo Inc., and Cadbury Schweppes Plc., making up 90 percent of the $52 billion dollar a year domestic soft drink market (Santa, 1996). The soft drink market is a relatively mature market with annual growth of 4-5% causing intense rivalry among brands for market share and growth (Crouch

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    Innocent No More

    the number one state for wrongful conviction. In June 26, 2013 a woman named Kimberly McCarthy was drugged from her food. She was the 500th person to be executed after 1982, what a tragedy. Even after she was proven to be innocent, there was no stop to her death. Another innocent was “murdered”. This was a pity way of trying to force a crime on someone, who never committed it. Even though people protested, her death was taken upon action. Texas leads the nation in wrongful conviction because,

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    Enerfy Drinks Case

    entrants? Since the recession in 2008 in the U.S., the alternative beverage industry has been negatively influenced. Consumers then realized the high price of soft drinks, which made the sales dropped every year. Sociologically, consumers are concerned about health problems that they can get from soft drinks. In particular, energy drinks with mixed alcohol effects became physician's warnings and caused consumers to raise awareness and demand innovation. In addition, companies have to improve their

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    Innocent Drink

    Introduction The company I choose to focus on for this assignment is innocent drink. Innocent drink is a smoothies company set up by three friends. In this assignment I shall focus on one of the founders which is Richard Reed. I will look into what inspired him to start his business, his upbringing, education, and his influences. I will link my findings to the 5 big personality traits and connect this to Richard Reed Innocent Drinks is a company that makes smoothies, juice and veg pots, sold in supermarkets

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    Keep Innocent

    Keep Innocent I believe everyone has a memorable day. The weather was fine on that day, I was elated because I was going to play with my cousin. Her house was not far away from mine. Thus, I walked instead of taking a bus. Along the way, I saw a beggar who was disabled begging for money. He sat there in rags, very poor. Driven by sympathy, I gave my only 10yuan to him. He thanked me just as I saved his life, I was surprised and moved. Also, I felt proud of myself. Then I arrived at my cousin’s home

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    Soft Drinks

    otherwise. Not lacking behind, Soft Drink companies are also advertising their product through various media and spending millions of dollars on celebrities to endorse their product. Around 35% of the total cost is spent by the Soft Drink Company especially in Advertising. Various Movie Actors and Sports Players are hired to endorse the Soft drink Brand. Therefore, I took this opportunity to study the Impact of Advertisement on Brand Preferences towards Soft Drinks. This research is a Descriptive

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    Innocent Smothies Analysis

    The success of Innocent’s marketing techniques Introduction This assignment is about the Innocent company, its brand portfolio and the potential entry into the Spanish market. In the first part I give information about the company itself including its history, its current operations, markets and distribution channels. In the third section I conduct a macro environmental analysis and a more market-specific analysis by the 12C - framework as well as the Porters Five Forces – model. The fourth section

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    Innocent

    Reed started up Innocent Drinks in 1999. They developed a range of premium smoothies containing 100% natural fruit. The British based company now is one of the best-loved and fastest growing businesses in Britain. The company has a range of different recipes and is distributed via supermarkets (including Tesco, Sainsbury’s and The Co-operative), coffee shops (including Starbucks) and health cosmetic retailers (including Boots) they are also expanding into other countries with drinks being sold in France

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    Innocent Drinks' Design Culture

    The Innocent Drinks Design Culture Discuss and illustrate the extent to which a ‘design culture’ in an organisation can give it competitive advantage. I. Introduction In 21st century, the organizations are entering a brand new era full of opportuni-ties and innovations, and great changes have taken place in companies’ attitude to-wards some traditional practices. Design has become an essential issue. As the writer in “Designing the 21st century” observed: Throughout the industrialized

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    Drink Up? or Drink Down?

    Drink up, or drink down? People 18 years and older are considered adults and should be treated as such by being allowed to legally purchase and consume alcohol. The United States is one of the few countries that maintains a relatively high minimum legal drinking age of 21. Should the drinking age be lowered from 21 to 18? Well, in a way the drinking age should be lowered to 18, because we have persons that go into the armed forces at the age of 18. We also have the buying of tobacco products, by

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    Drink Healthy Case Study

    COUNTY SCHOOLS Prepared for Dr. Arthur C. Johnson, Superintendent of Palm Beach County Schools Palm Beach County School Board 3340 Forest Hill Blvd., C-316 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Prepared by Heather Ronga, CEOl Drink Healthy, Corporation July 21, 2013 Drink Healthy, Corporation 123 Main Street New Town, FL 33415 Phone (555) 123-4567 Fax (555) 123-4568 July 21, 2013 Dr. Arthur C. Johnson, Superintendent of Palm Beach County Schools Palm Beach County School Board 3340

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    Energy Drinks

    4301 - Section 5 Energy Drinks Research By: Maram Balubaid, Rahmah Bukhary, Sara Al Akel, Haifa Al Akel and Basma Salah Energy drinks Energy drinks are drinks that don’t contain alcohol, and often lightly carbonated. They are designed to give the drinker a burst of energy by adding of a number of ingredients, most notably caffeine. They are mostly found in grocery stores, corner stores and gas stations, usually displayed beside the soft drinks, juices and sports drinks. The study, published in

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    P5:Innocent Methods

    How does innocent conduct market research? Surveys: What innocent do is “They hired a stall at a music festival and asked customers who bought a drink, “Should we quit our jobs to make smoothes?”. People could choose whether to throw their empty smoothie bottles into a bin marked “Yes” or “No”. (http://www.utalkmarketing.com/Pages/Article.aspx?ArticleID=4113&Title=The_marketing_secrets_behind_Innocent_Drinks ). By this method which is a survey you can see that Innocent is using primary research

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    Sports Drink

    Is that Drink going to get the Job Done? Current research in the field of sports medicine may have found a critical solution to pushing your body to its limits and getting an edge on your competition. Researchers from the “University of Birmingham and Manchester Metropolitan University report in the Journal of Physiology that sugary energy drinks activate reward and pleasure regions in the brain, a boost that can translate to better performance”(Park 1). This report has started to make Sports Medicine

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    Dr Pepper Snapple Group Energy Drink Case Study

    MARKETING CASE NO. 1 DR PEPPER SNAPPLE GROUP, INC. ENERGY BEVERAGES   Definition of the problem The Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. senior company management has developed a corporate strategy to target high-growth and high-margin beverage businesses. The firm is the only major domestic nonalcoholic beverage company in the US without a significant branded energy drink of its own while this beverage market is the fastest growing category. Dr Pepper Snapple group needs to determine

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    Health Drink

    COMPARATIVE TEST Health Drinks Making Milk Richer The concepts of health and energy have perhaps never been as popular—or pursued/coveted— as they are now. (After all, even a leading burger chain is desperately seeking ‘nutritional’ status for its fare.) With market rivalries becoming an intense affair, brand strategists and marketers are eager to refresh their brand’s positioning and image. More often than not, it is the ‘health’ tag that becomes their ‘open sesame’ to the consumer universe

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    Detox Drink

    Detox Drink -1-2 liters’ of water, depending on how strong you want it to taste -Part of 1 watermelon or 1 cucumber -1 lemon or lime -A handful of fresh mint leaves (approximately 10-13) -Ice cubes Directions Slice up a good amount of watermelon into cubes, rind and all, and put them into a jug or pitcher. Cut 1 juicy lime into wedges and toss in with the watermelon. Add a handful of fresh, fragrant, mint leaves and pour in 2 liters of cool water, filling the jug all the way to the top.

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    Sports Drink

    Rajarjun Reddy Gummi Project Proposal Prepared for: International Marketing ENERGY DRINK ENERGY DRINK Prepared by: Rajarjun Reddy Gummi DATE \@ "d MMMM y" 10 June 2015 Student ID: S00900869 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Objective To launch the newly introduced energy drink into the massive market of United Kingdom. Goals To capture maximum market share in the energy drink category in the least given time and earn customer loyalty with a repetitive positive brand re-call value. Solution Launch

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    Health Drink

    Business research methods Project ON Health Food Drinks Table of Contents 1. Problem Definition…………………………………………………………………....4 1. Background……………………………………………………………………4 2. Statement………………………………………………………………...........4 2. Literature Review………………………………………………………......................5 3. Approach to the problem……………………………………………………........ …11 4. Research design.....................................................

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    Sugary Drink

     positive effect on  people, but greater measures should be taken to inform people about the dangers of  drinking sugary drinks. First, the more labels you put, the less impact they will have.  According to the text, "Having too many labels defeats the purpose; the more  warning labels there are, the less impact the warnings will have." If there is a warning  label on every single sugary drink, people may start ignoring them. Instead, there are  a few ideas that would have a greater impact. The text states "A tax would make it 

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    Acct 640 Case 2 Performance Drinks, Llc Acct 640 Case 3 Performance Drinks, Llc

    ACCT 640 Case 2 Performance Drinks, LLC ACCT 640 Case 3 Performance Drinks, LLC Click below link for Answer http://workbank247.com/q/acct-640-case-2-performance-drinks-llc-acct-640-ca/12454 http://workbank247.com/q/acct-640-case-2-performance-drinks-llc-acct-640-ca/12454 Performance Drinks, LLC is owned by Dave N. Port. Performance Drinks produces a variety of sports centered drinks. They began operations in 1993 shortly after Mr. Port graduated with his M.B.A. That report is following:

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    Assignment Drink and Drive

    Drink and Drive I understand your concern with drinking and driving this can be very deadly. Many college student can be influence every day that can cause an issues with thousand lives that will be lost. Many drivers who are drunk are usually blamed for loss averaging about 25 thousand lives on the highway and many more in counting. Some accident can be more severe and some are arrest put behind bar for the rest of their lives. Part of drinking kill innocent bystander people that account for 25%

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    Death of an Innocent

    Death of an Innocent I went to a party, Mom, I remembered what you said. You told me not to drink, Mom, So I drank soda instead. I really felt proud inside, Mom, The way you said I would. I didn't drink and drive, Mom, Even though the others said I should. I know I did the right thing, Mom, I know you are always right. Now the party is finally ending, Mom, As everyone is driving out of sight. As I got into my car, Mom, I knew I'd get home in one piece. Because of the way you

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    Miracle Drink

    Miracle Drink: Carrot, Beet Root and Apple This MIRACLE DRINK has been circulating for a long time long ago. It is worth your while to take note. There is a celebrity Mr. Seto who swears by it. He wants to make it public to draw the attention of people who have cancers. This is a drink that can protect bad cells forming in your body or it will restrain its growth! Mr. Seto had lung cancer. He was recommended to take this drink by a famous Herbalist from China . He has taken this drink diligently

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    Soft Drinks

    Soft drink sales correlate with the weather Squashes and cordials are typical of soft drinks in seeing their strongest sales over the summer months as hydration and refreshment becomes more important to consumers. Following two warm summers in 2013 and 2014, 2015 saw fewer hours of sunshine over the key July and August months in particular. Summer 2015 was also wetter than average, with July seeing almost twice as much rainfall as in 2013 and 2014 (see Market Drivers). Squashes/cordials

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