For example, in 2007 the dairy industry generated more than $8.4 billion of export receipts, accounting for 25% of NZ's total merchandisable
is an infinitely merchandisable
and spin-offable brand.
Handling pallet types including GKN's and 2 x 800 x 600 plastic merchandisable
units, a twin-level shuttle system automatically sorts pallets to customer loads.
Though many acknowledge that there will be several strong merchandisable
films in 2007--summer alone is slated to include Transformers, Pirates of the Caribbean 3, Spider-Man 3, Shrek the Third, The Simpsons, Fantastic Four 2, and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, among others--the uncertainty, as discussed above, is how much merchandise can make a significant move onto store shelves.
As Anne DuCille has highlighted, Barbie is a gendered and racialized icon of contemporary commodity culture, engulfing cultural difference as a merchandisable
commodity, framing Nigerian, Chinese, Indian or Eskimo female bodies in the mold of the prototypical Caucasian doll as "dye-dipped versions of the archetypal white American beauty" myth (553).