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Food Packaging And Labeling : 

Assigned By: Hafiz M.Shehbaz Food Packaging And Labeling

Group Members: : 

24 Hafiz Awais 36 Salman Shaad 39 M.Sohail 41 Usman Ali 42 Usman Bhalli 73 Farhan Saeed Group Members:

Contents: : 

Introduction Definition of packaging Types of packaging Purpose of packaging Considerations for packaging Definition of labeling Purpose of labeling What should include on label Some legal requirement Contents:

Introduction: : 

Most physical products must be packaged and labeled. Some packages such as Pepsi boatels are world famous. Many marketers have called packaging as fifth P, along with product, price, place, and promotion. Introduction:

Packaging: : 

Packaging is the science, art and technology of enclosing or protecting products for distribution, storage, sale, and use. Packaging is the activates of designing and producing the container for a product. Packaging:

Types of packaging: : 

Primary Packaging The material that first envelop the product and hold it. This usually is the smallest unit of distribution or use and is the package which is in direct contact with the contents. Types of packaging:

Types of Packaging : 

Secondary Packaging It is outside the primary packaging, perhaps used to group primary packages together. Types of Packaging

Types of Packaging : 

Tertiary Packaging It is used for bulk handling, warehouse storage and transport shipping. The most common form is a palletized unit load that packs tightly into containers. Types of Packaging

Purpose of Packaging : 

Food products have variable shelf lives and need to be packaged for a variety of reasons, most notably to preserve them, make them safe for consumers and protect them from contamination. Purpose of Packaging

Purpose of Packaging : 

Food Safety: Food that is not packaged is vulnerable to contamination from foreign substances and harmful bacteria. Purpose of Packaging

Purpose of Packaging : 

Protection: Packaging a food item protects it from damage and keeps it clean. Purpose of Packaging

Purpose of packaging : 

Preservation: The shelf life of a food increases when it's stored and packaged successfully. When out in the open, a food may spoil or dry out more quickly. Purpose of packaging

Purpose of Packaging : 

Convenience: Many consumers appreciate the convenience of food packaging. It keeps items organized, sorts them into servings and shares nutritional information. Purpose of Packaging

Purpose of Packaging : 

Marketing: The design, layout, appearance and even material of food packaging can serve to entice consumers to pick up a product and learn more about it. In that way, it fulfills the goal of manufacturing companies to share more information and raise awareness about their products. Purpose of Packaging

Considerations For Packaging : 

Prevention – Use packaging where needed Minimization- Minimize mass & volume Reuse – Encourage reuse of packages Recycling – Reprocess material into new products Disposal- Use disposable, eco-friendly packages Considerations For Packaging

Food Labeling : 

Food labeling may refer to: Packaging and labeling in general, as applied to food Nutrition facts label as required by legislation in some countries. Food Labeling

Purpose of Labeling : 

Brand identification Description Promotion To provide consumers with information on the product. To advertise the product. To distinguish the product from that of competitors. It is a legal requirement. Purpose of Labeling

What should include on a label? : 

As a good starting point, “the less the better”. What should include on a label?

Some legal minimum requirements in most countries: : 

Product name. Manufacturers name and address. Date of manufacture and best before date. (sell by date) Ingredients list.(in descending order of weight) Net weight of product on the package. Some legal minimum requirements in most countries:

Additional information that is optional: : 

Instructions for preparing the product. Storage instructions or instructions on storage after opening. Examples of recipes in which the product can be used. An e number if the product is being exported to Europe. A bar code. Additional information that is optional:

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Reference:   1. Food labeling: http://europa.eu/legislation_summaries/consumers/product_labelling_and_packaging/index_en.htm/12/01/2011   2. Food packaging: http://www.ehow.com/about_5422227_packaging-important-food.html/12/01/2011   3. Packaging history: http://www.ehow.com/facts_5869750_purpose-packaging-food-products.html/12/01/2011   4. Purpose of Packaging Food Products: http://www.ehow.com/facts_5869750_purpose-packaging-food-products.html/12/01/2011

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