Case Study

To eat or not to eat: Mampf Foods and the biotechnology question (B)

3 pages
January 1998
Reference: IMD-2-0075

The second part of this two-part case shows a sample of the policy statement formulated by Mampf which defends the safety of the technology while electing not to use it at the current time. A story follows in which a genetic byproduct is found in food produced by Mampf to the surprise of company officials. The company is now faced with a decision of how to handle the situation.

Keywords
Environment, Food, Production, Corporate Sustainability Management
Settings
Europe
1996-1997
Type
Published Sources
Copyright
© 1998
Available Languages
English
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