Steps in Food Product Development Posters & Activity – Digital or Physical

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Weight .300 kg
Dimensions 32.5 × 22.5 × .5 cm

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Get students involved with the steps in the food product development process.

This resource was developed to helps students understand the steps in food product development.

Use the posters as a visual aid in the classroom and complete the allocated worksheets to help students strengthen their understanding of the steps in food product development.

The activity that accompanies this poster pack allows students to apply their knowledge and experience to the steps of food product development within the classroom. This task uses collaboration and critical and creative thinking to engage students on a deeper level. This resource and activity can be differentiated at the teachers discretion.

Pack includes:

  • 8 x A4 posters outlining the steps in food product development
  • 5-page student worksheet with a collaborative activity
  • Teacher instructions

Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File, Word Doc.

Physical Pack: 8 x A4 colour laminated posters, worksheet and instructions provided as digital format.

Resource Type: Posters, Outcome Task, Activity.

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Relevant to:



H1.3 justifies processes of food product development and manufacture in terms of market, technological and environmental considerations


Students Learn About:

Steps in food product development

  • design brief based on project aims and development criteria:
    • idea generation and screening
    • market research
    • product specifications
    • feasibility study
    • production process development
    • development of a prototype
    • testing product prototype, eg sensory evaluation, consumer testing, packaging tests, storage trials


  1. (0)

    Joanne Willis (Verified user)

    auNew South Wales, Australia

    A great colourful resource which is currently displayed in the classroom

  2. (0)

    Kit Farrow (Verified user)

    auNew South Wales, Australia

    Excellent resource- I will use this a lot.

  3. (0)

    Sarah Hasman (Verified user)

    A good resource and one that is informative. For the worksheets it mentions using the target market resource to complete the task. However, this isn’t mentioned in the description on the website for this resource. We used a Krispy Kreme video to use with the worksheet which was also very helpful.

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