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Successful and Unsuccessful Packages Budweiser package and Foster package does more than they contain and protect products They also tell their great deal about the people from different countries that buy the products as well as the people from different countries who sell the products In addition both packages are made in different countries and both packages have differences and similarities Budweiser package is manufacture in America and contains various bottle sizes and various can sizes Budweiser bottle is small and easy to hold and the cap is easy to open In addition it is made in thick glass so when it drops from the knee down it does not crack and its appearance is attractive to people Budweiser can is made in different beer quantity from 6 ounces to 24 ounces Moreover it encloses different item quantity from case of 6 to case of 24 On the other hand Foster package is manufacture in Australia and contains one bottle size and one can size Foster bottle is large and hard to hold and it is hard to open In addition it is made in thin glass so its easy to break when it drops Foster can contains only one beer quantity which is 6 ounces and doesnt enclose various options to meet people preferences In addition Foster only has one item quantity which is case of 6 that most people prefer case of 24 Budweiser package is a successful selling product in America because the price of the products is affordable to buy and it on advertisement billboard radio and TV In addition the company and the product are popular to US citizen Besides Budweiser alcohol level is low around 02 which most American prefers that level of alcohol to be For example in New York Time Magazine say most American like to drink Budweiser because they say it tastes better and the alcohol level is not dangerous for driving On the
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