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Unformatted text preview: they use your product, but six pounds in two weeks is not realistic or very firm. A simple statement of reality would resolve the problem of the product, for example, a warning citing possible consequences such as saying that consuming Special K. for weight loss might cause probable yo-yo effects if the dieter starts to eat regularly afterwards. As a fan of Kellogg’s goods, I respectfully require the brand to produce more accurate foods that allows the shoppers to feel comfortable about what they are consuming. I am looking forward to a clear reply and a conceivable resolution for this problem. As a consumer, I would love Kellogg to keep the business’s standards as they keep producing what’s good for the millions of Special K. buyers. Yours sincerely,...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course ECON 102 taught by Professor Rios during the Spring '11 term at Central Saint Martins.
- Spring '11