Joost Oorthuizen Executive Director, The Sustainable Trade Initiative IDH The Sustainable Trade Initiative IDHis a multi-government funded organization that works with over companies, local governments and civil society to mainstream sustainable trade in internationally traded commodities through public private partnerships. Joost started his career in Asia in water engineering and lectured on public-private governance at the Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, the Institute for Hydraulic Engineering and Wageningen University. He continued as management consultant in international retail and the infrastructure.
History[ edit ] Close-up of the Viennetta Viennetta was launched by British ice cream company Wall's  inusing a technique devised by Kevin Hillman, development manager at Wall's Gloucester factory, and Ian Butcher .
The original Viennetta was a multi-layered product comprising layers of vanilla ice cream with sprayed-on layers of compound chocolate. The layers of ice cream were extruded, one after another, onto trays sitting on a moving belt. The rate of extrusion was greater than the speed of the belt which causes festooning or bunching of the ice cream; each layer was extruded at a different speed from the previous layer.
The final effect was akin to a series of waves rippling through the product, giving a concertina effect to the resultant confection. Availability[ edit ] Launched originally as a multi-portion dessert product, its success after being launched throughout KFC and Pizza Hut restaurants led to Unilever, owners of Wall's, producing many flavour and size variants.
Viennetta is not widely available in the United States, and Unilever no longer produces the brand in Canada.
It is sold in Australia and New Zealand under the Streets brand. It is sold in Italy in all supermarkets as well as Germany  and Austria .
It is sold in Japan by Morinaga. The Viennetta was previously known as Comtessa in Spaindue to a legal problem. It became Viennetta in the s.Strategy formulation refers to the process of choosing the most appropriate course of action for the realization of organizational goals and objectives and thereby achieving the organizational vision.
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