Using Limited Information to Support the Decision to Launch a New Product in the Fruit Juice Market: A Teaching Case Study
Brian Briggeman (),
Allan Gray () and
Joshua D. Detre
Review of Agricultural Economics, 2008, vol. 30, issue 2, 370-378
Fresh Juice Incorporated (FJI) is in the process of determining whether it should launch a new fruit juice, Genetically Enhanced (GE) Juice. The GE Juice meets consumers' demands for a tasty, nutritious product and it would be the first new juice product in the last fifteen years. Before FJI decides to launch GE Juice, it must analyze the uncertainty surrounding market size, market share, and price of GE Juice. Finally, if FJI decides to launch GE Juice, then they must decide if they will bottle the juice themselves or outsource this process. This case teaches students how to discuss the strategic implications of launching a new product and develop a net present value and financial feasibility simulation model given limited information.
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