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Puppy mills mass produce puppies for profit.
Many people believe that the processes used to mass produce and grown many of our most common foods actually strip these foods of their most nutritious components.
In 1837, candle maker William Proctor and soap maker James Gamble joined together to mass produce high quality, low-cost soap products.
In many cases, a tile company will mass-produce low quality tiles and sell them online at huge discounts by calling the style a "clearance item."
The business was successful and Yamauchi eventually expanded to mass-produce the products.