Development and acquisition of new technologies in the food-processing industry /: A22-215/2000E

The objectives of the project are: To assess the level of technology use in the Canadian food-processing sector and its constituent industries; To examine the demand for new technologies in relation to factors such as the need for new and better products, cost reduction and government regulation; To examine the supply of new technologies in terms of domestic and foreign sources, and research and development effort; To understand the process of technological change at the plant or firm level, including the methods used by plants or firm to identify technology needs and opportunities as well as impediments to change.--Page 7

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Department/Agency Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Title Development and acquisition of new technologies in the food-processing industry /
Series Title Advanced technology in the Canadian food processing industry
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Paper
Note "The objectives of the project are: To assess the level of technology use in the Canadian food-processing sector and its constituent industries; To examine the demand for new technologies in relation to factors such as the need for new and better products, cost reduction and government regulation; To examine the supply of new technologies in terms of domestic and foreign sources, and research and development effort; To understand the process of technological change at the plant or firm level, including the methods used by plants or firm to identify technology needs and opportunities as well as impediments to change."--Page 7.
Date 2000.
Author
  • West, Donald A.
Binding Softcover
Number of Pages 106p. :
Dimensions 28 cm.
ISBN 0-662-29459-9
Catalogue Number
  • A22-215/2000E
Departmental Catalogue Number 2063E
Subject Terms Food processing, Technological innovation