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Title: Unit 2: Food Packaging, Food Labels, and Designing a New Food Product


1
Unit 2 Food Packaging, Food Labels, and
Designing a New Food Product
  • 4.1 explain the functions and considerations for
    food packaging
  • 4.2 identify and explain the information required
    for labels on food products made in Canada
  • New Food Product Project
  • 4.3 design, develop, make, and present a food
    product identifying and anticipating major
    variable that may impact on the final quality of
    the product

2
  1. Brainstorm in your binder a list of
    considerations for food packaging
  2. List examples of food packaging. For each type of
    packaging you list, create a chart showing what
    you think are the advantages and disadvantages of
    each type of packaging you listed.

3
Notes Food Packaging
  • It has many purposes
  • Protect it from damage
  • Containment
  • Protect it from pilferage (tamperproof)
  • Protect it from contamination
  • For sanitation purposes
  • For convenience (example single serving)
  • Labels are required to communicate to the
    consumer nutritional information, use
    and/cooking instructions

4
Notes Different types of packaging
  • Cans
  • Glass bottles/jars
  • Plastic pouches or containers
  • Cellophane
  • Foils/aluminum
  • Paperboard
  • Composites (plastic plus paper, metal and paper,
    plastics)

5
Note Properties of different types of Packages
  • Cans and/or Aluminum
  • Should be strong, easy to make (cost effective),
    ability to be recycled, inexpensive, resistance
    to corrosion, lightweight, nontoxic, easy to
    open, and impermeable to microorganisms, light,
    air, or water

6
Notes
  • Glass
  • -transparency, cost, returnable or recyclable

7
What are the functions and requirements of
package design?
8
Notes Requirements and Functions of Package
Design
  • Marketing purposes
  • Technical research
  • Manufacturing and Engineering
  • Purchasing

9
NotesImportant Considerations for package design
  • Product Characteristics
  • hazards, shape, composition, weight
  • Process and Handling
  • temperature, tamperproof
  • Retailing Needs
  • size, shape, display, price, UPC, expiry date
  • Consumer Needs
  • disposable, reusable, convenience, sales appeal

10
Notes Food Additive labeling
  • Additives must be identified on a label
  • Flavored on a label means the ingredient is
    natural.
  • artificially flavored means an additive

11
  • Did you finish the Unit 3 Lab 8 on page 43?
  • (procedure plus 5 analyzing results questions)

12
  • http//www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/pr-rp/cfli-icepa
    _e.html
  • http//www.inspection.gc.ca/english/fssa/labeti/gu
    ide/toce.shtml
  • http//www.inspection.gc.ca/english/fssa/labeti/nu
    trition-pagee.shtml
  • http//www.allergicliving.com/features.asp?copy_id
    57

13
Have you seen the following on food labels?
  • Free, Low, Lean, Extra lean, High, Good Source,
    Reduced, Less, Fewer, More, Light
  • What do you think each means to the consumer?
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