PROTOCEPT-PROTOTYPE

PROTOCEPT-PROTOTYPE - Turning a Concept into a Product...

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Unformatted text preview: Turning a Concept into a Product OBJECTIVES TO DETERMINE HOW THE CONCEPT CAN TO TURNED INTO A PRODUT TO OBTAIN AN INITIAL PRODUCT FOR EVALUATION TO UNDERSTAND ALL FACTORS AFFECTING PRODUCT ATTRIBUTES TO SCREEN INGREDIENTS AND FORMULATIONS TO ASSESS PROCESSING REQUIREMENTS TO ASSESS PACKAGING AND STORAGE NEEDS Steps in the Process Protocept Prototype Final Product PROTOCEPT DEFINITION A PROTOCEPT IS THE PRODUCT DEVELOPED IN THE LABORATORY TO MEET THE PROMISES OF THE PRODUCT CONCEPT PROTOCEPT DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPED THROUGH INTERATION UNTIL READY FOR PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT PROTOCEPTS MAY NOT BE TECHNICALLY FEASIBLE Prototype Definition Prototypes are technically feasible A Prototype is The Outcome of a Protocept, Generally Optimized Through Pilot Plant Trials Generally Utilizes Appropriate Statistical Designs for Optimization at the Pilot Plant Scale Final Product Ready to Launch Step After Prototype that includes Scale Up Factory Trials Attributes Finalized Regulatory Requirements Met Shelf Life Determined Market Strategy Developed Distribution Channel Established PROTOCEPT DEVELOPMENT Interpretation of the Concept Product Attributes Formulation Ingredient Selection Processing Steps and Conditions Established...
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PROTOCEPT-PROTOTYPE - Turning a Concept into a Product...

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