Part 4 of a 4 part series!
This video and worksheet are designed to assist students to understand the reasons for and types of food product development.
An essential resource to help Year 12 Food Technology students understand the reasons for and types of food product development. Students can watch the narrated video in their own time from home, or in a lesson at school.
This video assists students to answer the 7-page worksheet and gives them explicit current examples that may help them remember this content for the exam.
This digital download includes a link to a 26-minute video on Vimeo. Students will be given the link on the worksheet with a password to access it. They can then make their way through the 7-page worksheet. Included in the digital download is a teacher answer sheet which may assist with providing extra assistance. This resource is part 4 of a 4-part series.
If you would prefer to teach this content without the narrated video you may choose to use the PowerPoint slides. This is included in the digital downloads also.
- 26 minute narrated video
- 1 x 7-page PDF and Word Student worksheet with video link
- 1 x 7-page Teacher suggested answer sheet
- 1 x 46 slide PowerPoint
H1.3 justifies processes of food product development and manufacture in terms of market, technological and environmental considerations
Students Learn About:
Reasons for and types of food product development
drivers of the development of food products:
- market concerns such as health, dietary considerations and the environment
- consumer demands such as convenience foods and cost
- societal changes including increasing ageing population, single person households and longer working hours
- technological developments such as processing equipment and packaging materials
- company profitability such as increasing market share
types of food product development:
- line extensions
- me toos
- new to world
Resource Type: Digital Download PDF, PowerPoint and Word Document and video link
ZIP File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File, Word doc.
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