FST160-PkginProdDevel-Krochta

FST160-PkginProdDevel-Krochta - FST 160 - Food Product...

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Packaging for New Food Products John M. Krochta Food Science and Technology Biological and Agricultural Engineering University of California, Davis FST 160 - Food Product Development
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Packaging Development Reasons New food product development Packaging technical development Competitor introduces a new package Marketing department wants a “new image” for an old product Consumers indicate desire for a new package
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Food Product Development Requirements Good concept for the new food product High quality raw materials Food preservation principles aimed at inhibiting or Packaging to protect the food product, provide information and convenience, and minimize environmental impact
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Food Package Development Topics Package Functions Passive, Active and Intelligent Packaging Packaging Materials Package Development Process Trends
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Functions of Food Packaging Containment – Requires maintaining package integrity Protection Communication – Legal and marketing requirements Convenience – Openability, resealability, food preparation, etc. Minimal Environmental Impact – R eduction, r euse, r ecycling, energy r ecovery
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Containment Function of Packaging must maintain integrity against: – automatic flling and sealing equipment – scuFfng, puncturing, collapse and seal loss during distribution
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Containment Function of Heat-Sterilized-Food Packaging Packaging must maintain integrity against: – automatic flling and sealing equipment – heat-processing conditions • retort conditions (retorted Foods) • hot-fll conditions (high-acid Foods) – scuFfng, puncturing, collapse and seal loss during distribution
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Containment Function of Frozen-Food Packaging Packaging must maintain integrity against: – automatic flling and sealing equipment – scuFfng, puncturing, collapse and seal loss during distribution – puncturing potential oF Frozen Food – low and possibly high temperature – damp conditions (e.g., at thawing)
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2009 for the course FST 160 taught by Professor Giovanni during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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