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2). 2. Sushi. (Printed with permission of Kathleen N. Feicht) Is the sushi we now see sold refrigerated in our local supermarkets free of pathogens? Is it free of spoilage microorganisms up to, and beyond, the printed “use by” date? A company interested in marketing and distributing sushi requires internal resources or access to an outside firm for the technical expertise to document stability and extend shelf life of its product lines. The messages illustrated by these examples include: r Small and entrepreneurial firms need to acquire technical expertise to ensure product safety and regulatory compliance.
Food and Drug Administration as “foods”: Benecol (McNeil Consumer Health Care) and Take Control (Unilever) (Apgar, 1999). Food companies also found ways to make everything fat free, low fat, or reduced fat. Nabisco debuted its Snackwell line of reduced-fat and fat-free baked goods. But try as we might, most of us didn’t lose weight. We fooled ourselves into believing that because we were eating fat-free and low-fat foods, we could guiltlessly binge. We forgot to count total calories. Procter & Gamble’s fat substitute Olestra was approved in snacks, but it was too late.
Population division. Population clock, 7-13-2004. Washington, DC. S. Department of Agriculture. 2004. gov/wps/ portal/usdahome). S. Department of Health and Human Services. Washington, DC. (http://www. gov/). S. html). Chapter 3 DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPS: USING OUTSIDE RESOURCES FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Kathleen N. Feicht Why Read This Chapter? Large and small companies augment their knowledge base through the use of active partnerships with companies and individuals who have specific expertise in how to effectively manufacture foods for today’s marketplace.
Accelerating New Food Product Design and Development by Jacqueline H. Beckley,M. Michele Foley,Elizabeth J. Topp, et al.John Wiley & Sons, Inc.|Wiley||Wiley-BlackwellAdult NonfictionTechnologyLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 30.11.2009Street date: 28.02.2008Preview