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Transcript: Globalization makes and important part in our project because it makes know our project in different ways . The typical hot dog is so simple just bread and sausage, so the specialty of our product is the Colombian hot dog that contain bread, sausage, cheese, chips, quail egg , onion, mushroom, sauces. Principally we are sending our product to the United States because this country sells the typical hot dog and we want they know the colombian style. We will use indirect export because we can have an intermediary, who can check the product before the products arrive in the United States. Also we're not responsible for collecting payment from the overseas customer and nor for coordinating the shipping logistics. We could export our products by ship and aircraft. Hot dog and Exchange rate Hot dog and trade barriers Our product is adapted with the country we choose because is fast food, also the color of our logo doesn't represent something bad, and we slogan is "when you taste it, you can't stop !" FTA between Colombia and USA was approve on October 12, 2011and went into effect on may 15, 2012. The main stock market in the United States is New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). A empirical findings indicate that the Colombian financial market is significantly affected by the financial market of the US. Hot dog and Outsourcing Web design: we will need someone who help us with the colors,fonts, imagery,website structure etc. Research and development: for aimed at discovering solutions to problems or create new goods and knowledge. Creative service: Creates wealth by offering creativity for hire to other businesses. Hot dog and Exporting The hot dog cost 4.000 COP so converted into dollars is like $1.95 . Our product it's unique because the sausage covered with bacon. All the things that the hot dog contains like bread, sausage, cheese, chips, quail egg , onion, mushroom, sauces ,chicken, bacon, corn or other stuffs make it unique, the flavor, the variety and that is new also makes the hot dog will be know in different ways, ways that the american don't know. What makes it unique? Wikipedia. ( September 20, 2006). United states- Colombia free trade agreement. wikipedia. from Bella, M. (2014). exchange rate, , the stock exchange, exporting, FTA, trade barriers,. Recuperado de Hatemi, A. Sarmiento, J. (2013). An Empirical Investigation of the Colombian Stock Market Reaction to the US Market: Evidence from a Casewise Bootstrap Approach - Un’analisi empirica della reazione del mercato azionario colombiano al mercato USA. Recuperado de References Hot dog and marketing HOT DOG Monica Sánchez Laura Hernández Oscar Castillo Camilo Piñeros Hot dog and Globalization Hot dog and doing business abroad Hot dog and The stock exchange

Hot Dog

Transcript: Hot Dogs The Frankfurter was said to have been developed in Frankfurt, Germany in 1487. In 1987, the city of Frankfurt celebrated the 500th birthday of the hot dog. In the 1850s, the Germans made thick, soft, and fatty sausages from which we get the fame "franks." And the Bun? Some say the word was coined in 1901 at the New York Polo Grounds on a cold April day. Vendors were selling hot dogs from portable hot water tanks shouting "They're red hot! Get your dachshund sausages while they're red hot!" A New York Journal sports cartoonist, Tad Dorgan, observed the scene and hastily drew a cartoon of barking dachshund sausages nestled warmly in rolls. Not sure how to spell "dachshund" he simply wrote "hot dog!" The origin of the bun is said to have come from a German immigrant who sold sausages, along with milk rolls and sauerkraut, from a vendor in New York City during the 1860's. ECHOES FROM THE LUNCH WAGON "'Tis dogs' delight to bark and bite," Thus does the adage run. But I delight to bite the dog When placed inside a bun. A different story suggest that the popular sausage, also called a "dachshund", was created in the late 1600s by Johann Georghehner, a butcher living in Coburg, Germany. Many believe he went to the town of Frankfurt to sell his new food and that is where it supposedly gained popularity Try It Yourself Bread: The bun Meat: The hotdog itself Vegtables: depending on the toppings you put on top,r:5,s:0,i:99 Where Did it Come From? How Was it Named Many hot dog historians disagree and claim that in 1904 a Bavarian concessionaire named Anton Feuchtwanger came up with it. Apparently, he loaned white gloves to his customers to hold the piping hot sausages, but most of the gloves were not returned and the supply began running low. He then supposedly asked his brother, a baker, for help. The baker created long soft rolls that fit the meat - thus inventing the hot dog bun

Hot Dog

Transcript: Only high quality meat is used, because low quality meat poses heath risks Equipment that comes in contact with the product is sanitized regularly Hot Dogs and Salsa Salsa Salsa is made from tomatoes, water chili peppers (green, yellow, Serrano, and/or anaheim), (optional) jalapeno , vinegar, onions, garlic, green bell peppers, and spices, black pepper, cilantro, paprika, cumin, and oregano. Background The batches are checked to make sure they aren't spoiled. The manufacturers that use no preservatives have to make sure that no mold grows during its shelf life. There are tasters that taste the salsa to make sure that it is mild or hot. Salsa Salsa Hot Dog Manufacturing Hot Dog Inspecting and peeling tomatoes. Removing stems, seeds, and residual skin from tomatoes. Roasting and washing chili peppers. Blanching chili peppers. Cleaning other produce. The sausage (Father of the Hot Dog) goes back to the Odyssey in the 9th Century B.C. Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany is credited with creating the frankfurter. Since the Germans always ate the sausages with bread, it is likely they introduced eating it with a bun. Salsa In the future, hot dogs are being introduced in new shapes and forms, such as the spiral hot dog. There are also many variations made by using different toppings. The future of salsa is very promising. So far it is the #1 condoment. One new salsa is blueberry salsa. Hot Dog Hot dogs may be made of pork, beef, chicken, or turkey Other curing ingredients and coloring substances are mixed in with the meat The history of salsa is linked to the Incas. It can also be traced to the Aztecs, Mayans, and the Incas. Aztec lords combined tomatoes with chili peppers, ground squash seeds and served as a condiment on turkey, venison, lobster, and fish. It was called salsa by Alfonso de Molina in 1571 The Future of the Product Raw Materials How it's Produced BY: Michael Etheridge and Jerald Dungy Hot Dog Quality Control The meat is shaped by being put into plastic casings, cooked, then removed from the casing..

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Transcript: North American hot dog comes from a widespread common European sausage brought here by butchers of several nationalities.A German immigrant sold them, along with milk rolls and sauerkraut, from a push cart in New York City's Bowery during the 1860's. In 1871, Charles Feltman, a German butcher opened up the first Coney Island hot dog stand selling 3,684 dachshund sausages in a milk roll during his first year in business How it Got It's name History Hot dog Bun Any Additional Ingredients you would like to use, the most common include : Ketchup Mustard Chili Onions 1. Put a medium pot filled up half way with luke warm water 2. Heat on medium until the water starts to boil 3. Place the hot dogs in the boiling water for about 2-3 minutes or until the water begins to boil again 4. Take the hot dogs out of the water and dry, then place the hot dogs in a bun 5. place whatever toppings you choose on top of the hot dog using the edges of the bun to keep toppings from falling out Hot Dog - Meats/Protein Bun - Grains Ketchup & Mustard - Extras Citations For years, many believed a cartoonist named T.A. Dorgan coined the term during a baseball game in the early 20th century. According to legend, Dorgan observed a vendor selling "hot dachshund sausages." Dorgan used the term "hot dog" in his cartoon because he couldn't spell "dachshund." Hot Dog By:Nolan Moore and Alex Pierce Recipe Food Groups

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