Anna looked around the factory at the crates of frozen food.
“This is amazing, Elsa. Now, Arendelle will always have a good economy and we’ll be helping people around the world ensure they have good food all year round.”
Elsa smiled. Finally being able to control her icy magical powers had transformed her life.
“It’s the least I can do for the people, after I froze the land and made it permanently winter…”
“You know they’ve forgiven you! They love you and they’re grateful that hundreds of them have good jobs here at the Arendelle Frozen Foods Company. Even Olaf likes coming to work every day.
“The fact you made it a co-operative also means they all get a share of the profits.”
“That was a good idea of Kristoff’s! I needed a way to let off steam and use my powers, and our people needed to know they had a good future. It’s a win-win!
“The only problem is we’ve now got so much paperwork! Running a good business means we need to ensure we comply with the food safety rules and all our staff have the right training.
“We need to prove our compliance to the regulator and our customers need to know we take safety and food hygiene seriously.”
“And our workers need good health and safety in the factory, too!
“Elsa, I’ve been talking with a compliance expert from Penarth Management, and they can help us get the ISOs our business needs. Plus, they know a way to cut down on all that paperwork with online compliance software called Mango.
“It’s based in the cloud so we can access it wherever there’s internet, like the factory, the castle, or even Kristoff’s cabin!”
“When did he get the internet in his cabin?”
“When we got engaged. I insisted.”
“Well, there’s only one more thing to do with that paperwork…”
Anna scratched her head and asked: “What?”
Elsa grinned, threw open her arms, and started to sing…
“Let it go…let it gooooooo…”