Product Development (FABS 493.3)

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FABS 493 01 September 2017 Michael Nickerson


Provides an understanding of the processes involved with developing products for food and non-food applications, stemming from the idea/concept stage, to prototype development and testing consumer acceptability. Emphasis will be placed on a team approach for effectively planning and executing the development of a new product for the marketplace.


FABS 110 (formerly FABS 210) and FABS 212; or permission of the department.


Students with credit for FAMS 493 will not receive credit for FABS 493.

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