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BUSINESS 1
Merger and Acquisition in Food and beverages Industry
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BUSINESS 2
The Acquisition of Tyson Foods Company by Nestle Company
History of the Industry
The genesis of the food and beverage industry is dated back to the origin of human
beings; this is because the man had to eat to sustain life. However, the industry never recorded
significant developments until the 19th century. The principle growth in food and beverage came
about when Nicholas Appert introduced his invention of canning, while Louis Pasteur came with
the development of pasteurization. From this process, it was realized that food could be changed
into a product that could be preserved and packaged for later use (German, 2017). Similarly,
significant developments in the industry of food and beverages were recorded during World War
II, which is believed to have paved the way for innovation in the food industry.
During the war, consumption of foodstuffs was rationed by authority seeking to avoid
wasteful use of food as a measure to help curb food insecurity among people (Stanton, 2018).
Again, influence came up with a regulation on the food charged prices so that both the
consumers and producers could derive similar utility from the business. As a result of the
developments in food purchase during World War II, more development opportunities such as
instant and fast food were introduced, making it a significant part of the food and beverage
industry today (German, 2017). Before the industrial revolution, it is recorded that people could
consume food and drinks primarily from the local markets. However, technological
advancements have made it possible to transport food and beverages anywhere and to store in
coolants (Majid et al., 2018).

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BUSINESS 1 Merger and Acquisition in Food and beverages Industry Student Name: Institutional Affiliation: Course Title: Instructor: Date: BUSINESS 2 The Acquisition of Tyson Foods Company by Nestle Company History of the Industry The genesis of the food and beverage industry is dated back to the origin of human beings; this is because the man had to eat to sustain life. However, the industry never recorded significant developments until the 19th century. The principle growth in food and beverage came about when Nicholas Appert introduced his invention of canning, while Louis Pasteur came with the development of pasteurization. From this process, it was realized that food could be changed into a product that could be preserved and packaged for later use (German, 2017). Similarly, significant developments in the industry of food and beverages were recorded during World War II, which is believed to have paved the way for innovation in the food industry. During the war, consumption of foodstuffs was rationed by authority seeking to avoid wasteful use of food as a measure to help curb food insecurity among people (Stanton, 2018). Again, influence came up with a regulation on the food charged prices so that both the consumers and producers could derive similar utility from the business. As a result of the developments in food purchase during World War II, more development opportunities such as instant and fast food were introduced, making it a significant part of the food an ...
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