Coyotas supply chain

Coyotas supply chain

What is the supply chain for this product?

In general, your objective as a writer is to explain the supply chain for this product. This is not a well-known name brand, and it does not have a website. Therefore, you must speculate or imagine, using the few factual details that you have about the product, listed on its packaging.

Here are the facts: Product name:  Coyotas. Company Name: Productos Jeanette. Manufactured by: Tortilleria Jeanette. Location: Ave. Hidalgo # 25 Bacoachi, Sonora, Mexico 84680. Distributed by: El Potrero LLC. Location: 8718 W. Montecito Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85037. Retail price: $1.49

How did this product get to the United States? (It was recently purchased at a ‘bodega’ neighborhood store called Rollins Market, in Tempe, AZ.) Describe the product (in context of snack foods segment in Food and Beverages sector); also, notice and describe the simple ingredients listed in the Nutrition Facts section of the packaging. Is this a rich, fancy, delicious food product, or is this a plainer tasting product? What method(s) of transportation was/were likely used to bring this product to market? Who is the buyer and/or what is the market? Also, analyze the price point: Create a simple table (7 x 4) that includes these data points; you will need to extrapolate the numerical data based on the $1.49 price point.

Manufacturing costs

Packaging costs

Logistics/transportation

Distribution costs

Retail price

Profit margins

Coyotas Manu.costs Pack. costs Logistics cost Dist. costs Retail price Profits
Manufacturer

Productos Jeanette

           
Distributor

El Portero LLC

           
Retailer

Rollins Market

        $1.49  

Finally, speculate on the name of this product; why do you think it is called ‘Coyotas’?

Format: Answer all these questions in a single unified paragraph in MLA format.

Best Practices: Parse the prompt so you cover all required content.

 

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