Pack 7: New Product Development eDocs

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The very first step in the product life cycle is development. The development process is crucial to ensuring that the product supplied is safe, legal, authentic and to the quality agreed with the customer. All of which is formally agreed with your suppliers and customers through the application of detailed specifications.

After the development and launch of the product, the life cycle continues, which then means change control and management of obsolete items becomes key.

This pack includes a 5 stage gate process – which ensures all development tasks are completed including generation of specifications, pack copy and artwork.

Please note the image shown above for this product is for illustration purposes only, it’s not an indication of what is included in the pack.

This pack has been written to meet the following sections of the Standards:

Food Safety
Issue 8
Packaging
Issue 6
Agents & Brokers
Issue 2
Storage & Distribution
Issue 4
5.1 Product design/development

5.2 Product labelling

9.4 Product legality (traded products)

5.5 Product packaging

3.6 Specifications

9.2 Specifications (Traded products)

5.1 Product development

5.2 Graphic design and artwork control

7.4 Product legality (traded products)

3.4 Specifications

7.2 Specifications (Traded products)

4.6 Product design/development

4.5 Product legality and labelling

3.6 Specifications for products

10B.4 Product design/development

10B.5 Specifications (Traded products)

Written by the experts…

Stage-gate development process

The procedure and workbook are based on a 5 stage-gate development process; 1 – planning, 2 – feasibility, 3- innovation, 4 – process development and 5 – launch. To pass to the next stage, a gate process ensures that all the tasks are complete and approved, so nothing gets missed or forgotten.

Legal labelling checks

Another key element of development is making sure that labelling is legal in the country of sale. The roles for this also need to be clearly defined, so that all parties involved in the development process are aware of their responsibilities.

Artwork proof approval

One of the most common recalls is due to the wrong allergen information being printed on the pack. This process helps to ensure that the appropriate checks are completed when creating specifications, pack copy and then finally the artwork.

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