CAC - TheroleofCAC

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The role of CAC The Consumers' Association of Canada (CAC) is an independent, nonprofit,  volunteer-based organization which covers the whole Canada, Their rule is to  protect, inform and educate consumers on marketplace issues, to advocate  for consumers with government and industry, and work with government and  industry to solve marketplace problems. They have consumer right to protect people, and balance the marketing  system. Like if you are not satisfaction or have some troubles after you buy  something or pay some services from marketplace. You can contact CAC for  help. CAC focuses its work in the areas of food, health, trade, standards, financial  services, communications industries and other marketplace issues as they  emerge. Case Analysis Resource: Briefly described what happen: Consumers Want Mandatory Labeling of GM  Foods Where: Canada When: 2003 Who involved: consumer, CAC staff, and seller
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Analysis: In this case, people want mandatory labeling of genetically modified food. The  reason is because people want to know what's in their food, consumer don’t 
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