esol969 karma2021-12-24 18:37:18 UTC
When you say ACE is a co-op, can you explain that in more detail?
Does being a co-op in this sense mean that each ACE store is mostly independent from one another and when corporate or central decisions do take place, each independent store has a vote in it? But it doesn't mean that the basic retail employees may eventually become a voting member of either their local store or the corporate structure?
Or does it also include the opportunity for an employee to eventually become a voting member, either through a buy-in process or some other means?
Or is it something else?
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esol941 karma2019-04-07 18:42:55 UTC
I know very little about meat grown from cultures. But I do know that one of the reasons they are struggling with finding a good flavor is because fats are harder to create or mimic while proteins are easier to synthesize. Cheeses are a food that has a higher ratio of fats to protein is that something that your company has to struggle with?
esol928 karma2021-12-24 19:01:05 UTC
Thank you for the interesting response.
esol913 karma2014-09-14 15:42:25 UTC
But that won't necessarily align with the interests of RU or the US. What do you think is a more realistic goal?
esol96 karma2019-04-07 18:43:52 UTC
How does it feel to have your head up your ass?
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