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    Conflicts and ethics in marketing produce

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    Kurtz, D. (2010 Update). Contemporary business: 2011 custom edition (13th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

    1. Discuss the ways that produce from South America might be more ethical to sell than produce grown five blocks away.

    2. Describe a situation in which there might be a conflict of interest for a supermarket buyer in charge of purchasing produce.

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    1. Discuss the ways that produce from South America might be more ethical to sell than produce grown five blocks away.

    Produce from South America might be more ethical to sell than produce grown five blocks away. If the produce from five blocks away is made of genetically modified seeds, it would be more ethical to sell produce from South America. Further, if the produce from five blocks away used dangerous pesticides, it would be more ethical to sell produce from South America. Moreover, if the produce from five blocks away used illegal migrants that were paid very low ...

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