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GCSE Food Coureswork
Analysing the Brief
Research
Specification
Design Page
Review
Development
Production Plan
Quality of Manufacture
Test and Evaluate
Theory Powerpoints
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logoWelcome to the Food Production Plan

The production plan could take the form of a flowchart, plan or chart showing the stages of manufacture in the correct sequence. Quality control (QC) points should also be clearly identified with relevant detail. For example: weighing and measuring ingredients using calibrated scales or following unit measurements consistently throughout a recipe to ensure proportions of ingredients will be accurate. Mixing imperial or metric weights and measurements will not be a recipe for success! 


In order to meet your deadlines, you should plan the stages of manufacture against the time you have allocated. Use ‘real time’ units such as minutes or hours which indicate measurable time in practical lessons. Days, lessons or weeks are too vague.
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The production plan for the fish pie shows an excellent understanding of time, quality and safety issues throughout the manufacture of the product. The detailed understanding of the ingredients for the additional food dishes within the ‘range of products’ (not featured) showed a good understanding of how each product will be made assembled. It is perfectly acceptable to have a detailed production plan for one of your food products, such as the one shown, and an ingredients list and brief method for the other dishes within the product range. You do not need to give this detail for all your products in the range.
The mark allocation for this section is 6 marks and this exemplar is worthy of good marks.