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GRE Essay Topic 838 - The following appeared in a business magazine. "As a result of numerous consumer complaints of dizziness and nausea, Promofoods requested that eight million cans of tuna be returned for testing last year. Promofoods concluded that the cans did not, after all, contain chemicals that posed a health risk. This conclusion is based on the fact that the chemists from Promofoods tested samples of the recalled cans and found that, of the eight chemicals most commonly blamed for causing symptoms of dizziness and nausea, five were not found in any of the tested cans. The chemists did find that the three remaining suspected chemicals are naturally found in all other kinds of canned foods. " Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.


Canned food by Promofood Score: 5 August 29th, 2016 by findscore.com
The author of the article that appeared in a business magazine suggest that the numerous complaints of dizziness and nausea made by consumers of Promofoods tuna are not related to any chemicals tha... Read more
Promofood testing Score: 5 July 27th, 2016 by findscore.com
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promofoods tests Score: 4 January 14th, 2015 by findscore.com
The conclusion of the article from the business magazine is that there is no chemical that is harmful to human's life exist in Promofoods' can, which was been complaint about causing sickness to co... Read more
promofoods Score: 4.5 November 19th, 2014 by findscore.com
This argument is based on the complaints of nausea and dizziness from the consumers who have used canned tuna. Although Promofoods had recalled eight million cans of tuna and also some samples of t... Read more
This article claims that Promofoods’ products do not contain any dangerous substance for their clients. However, it relies on some Score: 4.5 May 31st, 2014 by findscore.com
This article claims that Promofoods' products do not contain any dangerous substance for their clients. However, it relies on some unsubstantiated assumptions which render it to be unconvincing. Th... Read more
Argument – The following appeared in a business magazine Score: 5 January 18th, 2014 by findscore.com
The conclusion that the canned tune did not pose a health risk for the customers is flawed. The author uses vague and ambiguous arguments and making a strong conclusion based on weak assumptions. S... Read more
The argument arrives at the conclusion that the cans did not contain chemicals that pose a high risk because after Score: 5 October 24th, 2013 by findscore.com
The argument arrives at the conclusion that the cans did not contain chemicals that pose a high risk because after testing samples in the eight million tuna cans returned, five of the eight poisono... Read more
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Effect of preservatives Score: 4.5 July 7th, 2013 by findscore.com
The argument states that the consumer having complaints of dizziness and nausea and they are blaming Promofoods canned tuna food. As a result of this Promofood chemist tested some random samples an... Read more
The conclusion of the memo is that Dura-Socks can increase their profits by discontinuing use of the Endure manufacturing process. Score: 4.5 November 1st, 2011 by findscore.com
The conclusion of the memo is that Dura-Socks can increase their profits by discontinuing use of the Endure manufacturing process. I find this memo questionable on several points. Firstly, the ... Read more
Food Product Quality Assurance Score: 6 April 21st, 2011 by findscore.com
The scenario mentioned above illustrates a common, standard procedure response that most food product companies would enact when there is rise of consumer complaints. In this case, the Promofoods c... Read more
As a result of numerous consumer complaints of dizziness and Score: 5 April 18th, 2011 by findscore.com
The fact is consumers¡¯ complain of feeling of unwell could come from any food products, the author is making unwarranted claims here, although Promofoods conclusion is bold statement to defend its... Read more
The above argument in a business magazine indicates that due to numerous consumer complaints of dizziness and nausea, Promofoods requested Score: 4.5 April 13th, 2011 by findscore.com
The above argument in a business magazine indicates that due to numerous consumer complaints of dizziness and nausea, Promofoods requested that eight million cans of tuna be returned for testing. ... Read more
topic 838 Score: 3.5 December 6th, 2009 by findscore.com
After doing experiments on returned cans of tuna by its chemists, Promofood company claims that its products do not contain any chemical which is threatening to health. the experts found out that a... Read more
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Promofoods claim their Canned food is not a Risk to Health Score: 3.5 May 29th, 2009 by findscore.com
Promofoods have declared their canned food is not a health risk owing to a fact that the three chemicals it contains which are responsible for dizziness & nausea are naturally present in all canned... Read more
valid test? Score: 5 February 26th, 2009 by findscore.com
We can notice the company, Promofood, tries to deny and be irresponsibile for their food cans which were complaint by a numerous customer of feeling dizzy and nausea after having them. The promofoo... Read more
The article is mainly described that “Promofoods concluded that the cans did not contain chemicals that posed a health risk.” Score: 3.5 July 5th, 2008 by findscore.com
The article is mainly described that "Promofoods concluded that the cans did not contain chemicals that posed a health risk." But I think the article questionable on several points. First, the a... Read more
The following appeared in a business magazine. Score: 4.5 June 18th, 2008 by findscore.com
The conclusion of the passage that Promofoods cans do not contain chemicals that endanger human health is not entirely convincing, since it contains certain assumptions and shows serious logical fl... Read more
promofoods Score: 4.5 October 8th, 2007 by findscore.com
Even though promofoods concludes that its tuna cans do not contain chemicals that are bad for health, this conclusion is based on weak evidences and, therefore, not convincing. That is, the conclus... Read more
The arguer draws a conclusion that the cans called back by Promofoods did not contain chemicals posing a health risk. Score: 4.5 August 24th, 2007 by findscore.com
The arguer draws a conclusion that the cans called back by Promofoods did not contain chemicals posing a health risk. To support the view, the writer cites as evidence the result of the experiments... Read more
Who should be responsible to the illness? Score: 5 March 27th, 2007 by findscore.com
In this argument, the arguer claims that although three remaining suspected chemicals are found in the recalled cans, the cans produced by Promofoods are not responsible to the dizziness and nausea... Read more
Promofoods Score: 4 February 28th, 2007 by findscore.com
The conclusion that Promofoods conducted is well presented, but not completely well reasoned. Promofoods claims that its canned foods of “tuna” do not contain any harmful chemicals for human he... Read more
Is that Promofoods Tuna! Haven’t you head? Score: 4 January 31st, 2007 by findscore.com
What does it take to correct a wrong? After receiving numerous consumer complaints about their canned tuna, Promofoods recalled eight million cans for testing, and after testing concluded that the ... Read more

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