FSC Workshop on Product Conceptualisation and Development




16th November, Thursday
10:00am to 4:00pm

Nanyang Polytechnic, Blk N, Level 3, Lecture Theatre 1 (LTN-1), 180 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore 569830

SYNOPSIS

The Food Standards Industry Series consists of in-depth workshops customised for food companies that are interested in implementing standards to build up their capabilities, adopt best practices, improve productivity, and facilitate market access to move up the value chain. These workshops will cover new and existing standards that are relevant to food companies in areas such as food safety, cold chain management, food safety management systems and food wastage management.

 

Please click here for details on the brochure.



OBJECTIVES

In June 17, the new standard launch on TR 58: 2017 gives an overview to attendees in providing practical guidance for local food manufacturers to develop food with nutrition or health claims and had attracted more than 200 participants. It has reflected industry interest in developing food products with nutrition or health attributes in them.

 

Understanding industry interest, SMF-SDO jointly organises this workshop with NYP and DSM where participants learn about product conceptualisation and development via lecture and mock-up session.

 

The first step in the development of food product that qualifies for approved nutrition or health claims is the conceptualisation of product design from product ideas. It is important to understand the needs of the consumer market the product will be designed for and the potential price point the market will pay. Next, it is to move the concept towards a viable prototype where considerations are needed on ingredients and regulatory requirements.

 

Who should attend

 

  • Food manufacturers
  • Laboratories
  • Consultants
  • Ingredients suppliers

 



ADMINISTRATIVE DETAILS

Programme is tentative and is subject to change at the sole discretion of Singapore Manufacturing Federation.

Should you require further information or assistance, kindly contact Esther Chia at

68263116



Esther Chia
esther.chia@smf-sdo.org.sg