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Types of Food Product Development

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Miss Monohan

on 26 August 2015

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Types of Food Product Development
Types of Food Product Development.
New to the World
Line Extensions
Copy Cat
New To The World
Brand new and never seen before
Expensive due to the large set up costs
Copy Cat
Products that are very similar to existing products.
Hope to attract customers who buy the existing product
Line Extensions
The most common form of innovation
Changed form of existing products
Lower cost to set up
Little profit
Food Packaging
Barrier Packaging
Packaging designed to prevent food from ripening.
Plastic lets out ripening gases and lets in other gases.
Active Packaging
Allows products to change while packaged.
Scavengers placed into wet or dry food packaging to absorb moisture and other gases.
Vacuum Packaging
Extraction of air from package.
Longer shelf life when unopened.
Modified Gas Packaging
Specific gases added to package to balance and control the inner atmosphere of the product.
Semi permeable plastics allow Co2 to escape and a certain amount of oxygen to enter.
FSANZ - Body that sets the requirements for food labeling in Australia and New Zealand.
Specific information is required on all food items.
Nutrition Information Panel
Ingredients List
(Including food additives)
Country of Origin
Food Recall Information
Directions for use and storage
Legibility requirements
Date Marking
Truthful Labeling
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