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Brand New Analysis Paper #1 Henry Heinz By: Chris Coggin
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Coggin 1 Even as a child Henry Heinz was a person thriving with energy, phenomenal work ethic, and was a gifted salesman. His entire carrier was based on promoting and selling his superior food condiments. It was do to his creative genus that we know the “57 Varieties” Heinz trade mark. With all this success that Henry came to get, he certainly did not get there without his share of hard ships, which most people would of given up long before he did. He did what he had to do; he fallowed his market, learned them, found what they were looking for in a product and exceeded expectations. In the early years of Henry Heinz’s life there was no industry market for processed food (p. 49). During the mid 19 th century it was still a farming way of life, less than 10 percent of the US population lived in cities, and for whatever people couldn’t grow they would buy at a local or regional place that they could purchase things people couldn’t normally grow. Some of those things were coffee, flour, spices, and rum (p.49).
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