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Resource: Food Technology E Chapter Trends in the Market Place
Senior Food Technology.
Trends in the Marketplace
A 39 page E chapter on genetically modified foods, the square watermelons of Japan and food industry trends.
Chapter contains a summary overview and senior food technology exam practice questions.
See below for outcomes.
H2.1 evaluates the relationship between food, its production, consumption, promotion and health
H3.2 independently investigates contemporary food issues
H5.1 develops, realises and evaluates solutions for a range of food situations.
Students learn to:
identify trends in the marketplace
discuss the relationships between developments in the food industry and trends in the marketplace
plan and prepare foods/meals that reflect the trend toward value added products
identify factors contributing to the inequitable access to the global food supply and discuss the consequences
debate the issue of social justice related to food consumption in developed and developing parts of the world
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