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1. Briefly describe the cookie production process.

Production Process:
1. Management gets orders from distributors.
2. These orders are used to schedule production.
3. Each shift a list of cookies to be made is delivered to the person who
is in charge of mixing.
4. That person checks the master list which indicated the ingredients
needed for each type of cookie.
5. That person enters the information into the computer.
6. The computer determines the amount of each ingredient needed
according to the qty of cookies ordered.
7. The ingredients are automatically sent to giant mixing machines
where the ingredients acre combined.
8. After the ingredients have been mixed, the batter is poured into a
cutting machine.
9. The cookies are then dropped onto a conveyor belt and transported
through one of two ovens.
10. Filled cookies require an additional step for filling and folding.
11. The nonfilled cookies are cut on a diagonal because it requires less
space and the result is a higher level of productivity.
12. As the cookies emerges from the oven they are fed onto spiral
cooling racks 20 feet high and 3 feet wide.
13. The cookies come off the cooling racks, workers place the cookies
into boxes manually, removing any broken or deform cookies in the
process.
14. The boxes are then wrapped, sealed, and labeled automatically.

The diagonal-cut cookies require less space than straight-cut cookies. -The increasing of the length of the oven will result to faster output rate because it will increase the number of cookies to be baked and will result to higher production. . which also increased the rate of production. what things do you consider in judging the quality of cookies you buy in a supermarket? 6.2. What are two ways that the company has increased productivity? Why did increasing the length of the ovens result in a faster output rate? Two ways that the company has increased productivity -The nonfilled cookies are cut on a diagonal rather than round. What obligation does a company have to its employees in a situation such as this? What obligation does it have to the community? Is the size of the town a factor? Would it make a difference if the company was located in a large city? Is the size of the company a factor? What if it were a much larger company? 4. What factors cause the company to carry minimal amounts of certain inventories? What benefits result from this policy? 5. As a consumer. What advantages and what limitations stem from the company's not using preservatives in cookies? 7. -The company recently increased the length of each oven by 25 feet. Briefly describe the company's strategy. 3. Do you think that the company is making the right decision by not automating the packing of cookies? Explain your reasoning. and the result is a higher level of productivity.

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