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Canadian Confectionery Industry : 

Canadian Confectionery Industry Tara Bailey, Peter Clifford, Courtney Bennett, Jake Beal, Erika Murdock

Agenda : 

1.1 Approval of Agenda   2.1 Approval of Previous Meetings Minutes   3.1 Discussion Items: i. Canadian Confectionery Industry    7.1 Adjournment   Upcoming Meetings: Next Year Agenda

Agenda : 

1.1 Approval of Agenda   2.1 Approval of Previous Meetings Minutes   3.1 Discussion Items: i. Canadian Confectionery Industry    7.1 Adjournment   Upcoming Meetings: Next Year Agenda

Agenda : 

1.1 Approval of Agenda   2.1 Approval of Previous Meetings Minutes   3.1 Discussion Items: i. Canadian Confectionery Industry   7.1 Adjournment   Upcoming Meetings: Next Year Agenda

What are the major products? : 

What are the major products?

Major Products are: : 

Major Products are: Chocolate Box and novelties Sugar Carmel and jellies Gum Sugar free Cereal Sports and energy

What is the size of the industry? : 

What is the size of the industry?

The size of the industry is: : 

106 10,000 employees Ontario Small factories outside of the central area 80% shipment Foreign owner shipment is high about 60% Characteristics are sugar or chocolate Wide variety of candy Examples are Jubes jubes Seasonal chocolate, bars, and etc The size of the industry is:

Competition : 

Competition

How does the market grow? And Where? : 

How does the market grow? And Where?

Where is there Growth? : 

China, Africa and South America Join with other acquisitions or mergers. Other exchange rates to areas that we can sell to benefit from. Health chocolates and environmentally friendly packaging Where is there Growth?

Explain why companies outsource? : 

Explain why companies outsource?

Companies outsource because: : 

Cost of sugar cane and the distribution Higher Canadian $ for exporters such United States Lower cost of Mexico and other developing countries Cost of raw materials Cheaper production cost in developing countries and can set up many lines so that switch over cost are not high. Companies outsource because:

Agenda : 

1.1 Approval of Agenda   2.1 Approval of Previous Meetings Minutes   3.1 Discussion Items: i. Canadian Confectionery Industry    7.1 Adjournment   Upcoming Meetings: Next Year Agenda

Positioning of the Industry : 

Positioning of the Industry High$ High Quality Low Quality Cadbury Nestle Hershey Russel Stover Lindt * Ganong High End Ganong Delecto Laura Secord Dove Ferrero Rocher Toffifee

Business Model : 

Business Model

Agenda : 

1.1 Approval of Agenda   2.1 Approval of Previous Meetings Minutes   3.1 Discussion Items: i. Canadian Confectionery Industry    7.1 Adjournment   Upcoming Meetings: Next Year Agenda

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