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McCain Foods Limited has been around for almost 56 years and has still been able to have continuous success by building business relationships with many different countries Now for any business to grow and prosper the managers of the entity should always be thinking of ways to stay on top Formulating different scenarios and various routes that can be taken for continued success Most businesses first would have to analyze where they are in their situation and where they want to see themselves in the weeks months years and decades to come It was a smart decision for McCain to want to extend their brand to Asian markets Not only would this be new for McCain but it would definitely be a new experience for the Asian customers Dealing with a new type of customer can be a challenge but also a great learning experience and a logical way for a company to expand Often people are hesitant to try things they arent familiar with and this was the major problem McCain had when trying to introduce their brand to the Asian market If I was in charge of the Asian operations for McCain there are a few ways I would go about overcoming these so called challenges In the Chinese culture there are popular dishes that exist and in those dishes the Chinese Five Spice Powder is often used This powder consists of fennel cinnamon ginger licorice and Sichuan peppercorn The Chinese believe that the number five has a special healing power which explains why this powder is so prominent in everyday dishes As I stated earlier adjusting to change can be difficult to some degree for some individuals One way I would recommend overcoming this challenge is by infusing familiar flavours and spices perhaps
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