Supply Chain

Spagetti:

Large corporation and companies select seeds for wheat, farmers sew the seeds and in the beginning of summer harvesting begins for wheat and wheat packing for animal feed. Wheat and wheat packing is then exported to countries in demand. Companies in the making of wheat drum Spagetti by industrial machines, logistics for distribution to customers for example supermarkets, shops etc.. then end user the consumer.

Beef:

Cow/Calf operators depend on wheat harvest, feeding the animals with few options by grass feeding, grain feeding or harvest packing. An animal would take months to mature and at maturity the animal will be sold at auction and thereafter to the slaughter house to be slaughtered, then sold to supermarkets and butchers and then to end user the consumers.
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Work Cited

http://www.fatsecret.co.uk/calories-nutrition/generic/spaghetti-bolognese?portionid=4403697&portionamount=1.000
http://recipes.coles.com.au/recipes/2745/fettuccine-with-mushroom-bolognese/
http://www.mensfitness.co.uk/nutrition/healthy-eating/1227/promotional-article-%E2%80%93-origins-spaghetti-bolognese
http://allrecipes.com.au/recipes/tag-4741/spaghetti-bolognese.aspx
http://blog.terencecarterphotography.com/?p=289
http://everythingthereistoknowaboutspagbol.blogspot.co.uk/

Evaluation

In my opinion, my product is an affordable dish an quick to prepare, above all very nutritious, delicious and filing. Knowing that my product is consumed almost worldwide  with variation of course, and so long as it is affordable, consumers will add it to their menu often.
Wheat prices are on the rise already because of high demand only, but if producing countries have a bad year because of bad weather, prices will go higher and effect consumers on my product.
The other aspect is animal feed will be affect too, and so meat becomes expensive as well.
I think my product will remain a dish cooked in many kitchens worldwide in the foreseeable future.

Pros and Cons

Pros:

My product depends on the weather for the wheat harvest and the other ingredients that goes with it. Producing country benefit on volume harvested to be sold to countries in need and consumers get a supply at a cheaper price.wheat these days is produced on a industrial scale and does not require mass labour as everything is mechanized.

Cons:

If the weather is bad on the other hand the harvest is poor, the wheat prices will be effected as well as the ingredients because animal feed will be scarce. the producing countries will get a bad return and in this case the consumer will pay the price.


Reflection

I chose Spaghetti Bolognese as my topic because it is a cool and satisfiying dish and i personally like it. My product will remain in existance for years to come. If consumers continue eating my product, the prices of the ingredients will go up in price. If consumers stop eating my product the price of the ingredents will cost less for people to buy it, but on the other hand if the harvest of wheat is a bad one, the cost will still increase. Generally, i think my product will remain favrobable for the wider consumer.

 


Statistics

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Spaghetti Bolognese has 364 Calories,12.73g of fat, 45.28g of carbohydrate and 17.73g of protein. 

 


Popularity

Spaghetti Bolognese is one of the most popular pasta dishes worldwide and each country or region has a different type of recipe. It is easy to prepare and afordable, so most family’s can afoed to prepare this dish. Big family’s when thinking to make pasta they think of making Spaghetti Bolognese because of its taste and low cost.

 


Summary of Spaghetti Bolognese

Bolognese sauce is a meat based sauce for pasta originating in Bologna, Italy. Bolognese sauce is a  tomato and grounded beef  sauce but authentic recipes have only a very small amount of tomato and a bit of tomato paste. Spaghetti Bolognese has a lot of carbohydrates that gives you energy. The Bolognese has protien vitamin C and A. It is heathy in moderation.
 

Process Journal

March 12th- Work in on my 14 days exercise and in science I worked on food journal for my client.

 


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