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Birds Eye and the U.K. Frozen Food Industry General Foods Corporation was successfully manufacturing and marketing “Birds Eye” frozen food in the late 1920. They were also the original owners and incorporated in August 1938. By the 1940’s, a new owner, Unilever had a strong interested in the business and took over. He wanted to make this business innovative and profitable in the growing economy. There is couple of issues dealing with Birds Eye currently in the United Kingdom, which include market position and market shares. The industry was at 70 percent of the market share and over the years, the percentage decreased. In the 1960s, Birds Eye showed a decrease in market share and return of capital. The lack of sales was also a concerned…show more content…
The company’s main customers are those who purchase frozen foods at retail channels. They did not just focus in brick and mortar outlets but at home freezer centers and catering establishments. Also, the leaders in the market, maintain sales growth, and diversify there products.           Birds Eye foods Ltd. mission consist of benefiting from their brand name, brand recognition and brand loyalty. The company has achieved these goals in the past by advertising and marketing their products. Birds Eye brand name is well known and well established gives them the upper hand and an advantage not to worry about any new threats. In 1982, the market share was only at 20 percent. The industry should have restored its original market share position and restored the level of satisfactory for their profitability. The key success to this business in the past was innovation. Birds Eye was able to negotiate to produce open top cabinets with refrigerator manufacturers. This industry is well oriented and has been great advertising products on television. In the 1950s, Birds Eye introduced their new product line of fish fingers and frozen chicken pies. Birds Eye offered different trade discounts to several retailers giving them an advantage in the market.      In the past, Birds Eye organization
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