Organic Beef and Standard Beef

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Organic versus Conventional Beef. According to The Earth Policy Institute, 52.2 billion pounds of beef were consumed in the united states during 2012 . Around 198 pound of meat were consumed per person, 52 from the 198 pound were beef which is the third most dominant meat in the whole world. United states is one of the most largest consumers of beef. It is also one of world's largest exporters of beef. There are four major corporation in the country who own over 80 percent of all the beef slaughter,Tyson Foods which is the s the world's second largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork . The rest is own by smaller corporation , farmers and rancher all over the country,some of them which are denominated organic, such as Beyond Organic 100% Grass Fed. Over the last few years it has been seen on supermarkets different types of beef, grass fed organic and standard. These two “types” of beef illustrate not only dissimilar ethical approaches to the way we eat, but also illustrate two very different business models, the functional approach and the value approach, with different goals and outcomes. Comparing the two will shed light into the peculiarities of both and tell us more about a business model can re-shape the way we think about food. These two kinds of business differ in their functional and value method. The functional approach is design to make more profit. This one invest less money on the product generating more earnings. Meanwhile the other type is value approach which is composed to generate a good quality product investing more money on it and resulting less product. In fact 2 standard beef is created to generate profit by accommodating around 100 000 cows in one

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