Everyone has a special Oreo story.
Nowadays, every person has heard about the Oreo cookies, thanks to the word of mouth and the different ways of advertising through TV, magazines, internet etc.
There are many theories pointing to the origin of the name Oreo'.
Indeed, it was taken from the French word or' meaning GOLD.
But it also came from the Greek word Oros' meaning mountain or even the Greek word Oreo' meaning beautiful or nice.
Other theories are that there' from cream was sandwiched- between the two Os from chocolate, or the word 'just seemed nice and a melodic combination of sounds'.
After an important increase of its sales all around the world, today, Oreos cookies are the most sold cookies in the United States. That's why everyone has a special place with Oreo.
During this report, we are going to analyse the history of the product from a marketing point of view:
At the beginning, we will focus on the internal point of view with the analysis of the global market of the company and the company itself.
Then, we'll develop the external analysis of the company which includes the competitors, the customers and the company's brand positioning.
Finally, we'll underline the important points of the Marketing Mix of our product.
[...] In a pessimistic future Oreo will be overwhelmed by different kinds of innovative competitors who will better respond to the customers needs concerning health. In an optimistic future Nabisco will react against the decrease of sales by continuing to promote Oreo through contests. Nabisco has all the assets to develop new strategies to adapt its products to the market expectation. IV. The company A. Current situation and recent history Kraft is a group composed of several companies whose products are present in more than 99% of US households. [...]
[...] The first Oreo cookie looked very similar to the Oreo cookie of today, with only a slight difference in the design on the chocolate disks. By the end of the 1960s, Nabisco was the leading manufacturer of crackers and cookies not only in the United States, but in Canada, France, and the Scandinavian countries, and was a major supplier to many other European and South American countries. Nabisco sales reached the billion mark for the first time in 1971, and the billion mark only five years later. [...]
[...] An original Oreo Some kind of Oreos DOUBLE STUF OREO MINT An Oreo with a Chocolate double portion coverage of filling. Reduce Fat Oreo Ice Cream Oreos Sandwiches Halloween Oreos (Orange Oreo Pie Crust colored'stuf') Fudge Covered Oreos with an overall coating Oreo O's of chocolate Cereals fudge Other kind of Oreos Colored Cream Oreos: Instead of white cream, these cookies contain cream that is tinted a certain color. They are sold at appropriate times of the year (orange at Halloween, red at Christmas, blue during springtime, etc.). [...]
[...] During this report, we are going to analyse the history of the product from a marketing point of view: At the beginning, we will focus on the internal point of view with the analysis of the global market of the company and the company itself. Then, we'll develop the external analysis of the company which includes the competitors, the customers and the company's brand positioning. Finally, we'll underline the important points of the Marketing Mix of our product. So now WELCOME TO OREO'S WORLD!!! [...]
[...] With around 31% of the market, some of its marketing concepts including the iconic Tony the Tiger, and Snap, Crackle and Pop, are among the most recognized characters in advertising. The company is headquartered in Battle Creek, Michigan. For its fiscal year ended December 2003, the company generates revenues of$ 8.8 billion, representing a one-year sales growth of Net sales for the year were $ 787.1 million McKee Foods Corporation McKee Foods focuses on the manufacture of convenience snacks such as cookies and cakes. [...]
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