All of the students completed the calorimeter experiments today. All of the students also finished creating a work schedule calendar for the food show. What appears below is a list of the basic requirements for the food show. Please know that these are the basic requirements. Students are encouraged to add elements to their food show exhibit. In the past, students have have business cards, glamour shots of the food (pictures), additional informational posters, etc...
Monday, November 31 - Students should have read chapter 8 of Animal Farm
Your final report should be complete, proofread, edited, and revised. It should be put in a binder with a professional looking cover. The final report will be displayed at your exhibit.
Food Product and Packaging
You must have at least one complete example of the food displayed as it would be packaged and sold. The package must have all graphics and look professional. Basically, the food and package should be exactly as it would be if it were on the shelf in the grocery store.
Must provide samples for at least twenty people (more would be better). The samples need not be a complete serving. You may cut one package of product into lots of little samples for tasting. The goal is to give as many people a taste of your product as possible. Samples should be provided in a way that is clean and safe.
Your poster should help get people excited about and interested in buying your food product.
Poster should be at least 24 x 24 inches.
Complete and display the Production Cost and Price Poster
This should be a 24 x 12 inch banner. It may be larger, but please see Mark prior to making it larger. The banner should contain at least the following...
You should have several brochures / informational flyers that visitors can take with them. These should be small half page informational brochures that will remind buyers just how great your product is. The brochures / flyers should contain at least the following information.
This should be a thirty second TV or radio commercial.
Please write a script prior to recording. If creating a TV commercial, create a script and storyboard prior to shooting your commercial.
Please be creative, but remember that your commercial should encourage people to buy your new food product.
Create a magazine advertisement for your product. The content of this advertisement is up to you. The advertisement itself should be 8 x 10 inches.