Home > Resources > Food for Thought (Business enterprise resource)

Food for Thought (Business enterprise resource)

Resource pack introducing young people to the web of relationships and business decisions needed to create a new food product. Teams of pupils take on different roles and follow the product development process from farm to supermarket shelf. Contributes to sustainability discussions.
The pack contains: detailed instructions for running a successful challenge day; introductory presentation using Powerpoint; briefing sheets for teachers and pupils; background information on all key topics provided on CD rom; a suggested timetable to help you stay on track.
Guidelines for running the challenge as a series of separate lessons.
Extension activities.
Order a copy here:
Working in teams, pupils take on the role of buyers, suppliers, marketing and technologists, and together they follow the product development process from farm to supermarket shelf.

This resource is produced by
Back to results
Related Resources
Food Waste

A further title in FACE'S "Handling controversial issues" series, Food Waste provides classroom activities and information from a variety of differing viewpoints which will help pupils reach their own conclusions about this complex issue. The activities in this booklet can form part of a whole programme or, at the teacher’s discretion, specific activities can be selected for use in class.

Read more
Food and farming

Reviews food and farming in relation to the environment, food safety and traceability, and business through three interactive PowerPoint presentations, supported by worksheets and other materials.

Read more
Related Articles
London schools grow their own business

Garden Organic celebrate their 60th anniversary this year. Here's just one of their current projects

Read more