ADV.07 Quality Systems for Product Management

You are launching a new tea product, “Wake the Dead Breakfast Blend” with hopes of getting distribution and having your product offered in retail stores throughout the US, and then the world! You have developed the blend, optimized the flavor, color, and aroma, and positive feedback is rolling in.

$285.00 USD

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What you will learn

  • What is required for regulatory approval to sell your product?
  • How can you ensure that your product continues to perform well as your volume grows and as your supply chain evolves?
  • What will be required by your customers as your product enters distribution centers and larger retailers?

Overview

You are launching a new tea product, “Wake the Dead Breakfast Blend” with hopes of getting distribution and having your product offered in retail stores throughout the US, and then the world! You have developed the blend, optimized the flavor, color, and aroma, and positive feedback is rolling in. You are ready to start producing your product, or you are ready to have someone else produce the product to your specifications. What is required for regulatory approval to sell your product and how can you ensure that your product continues to perform well as your volume grows and as your supply chain evolves? What will be required by your customers as your product enters distribution centers and larger retailers? The short answer is an established quality assurance program.

Quality assurance is the planned and systematic program implemented in an overall system so that quality requirements for a product or service will be met. In this class, we will review the core objectives, tools, programs, and resources for establishing an effective quality assurance platform, specific to the tea industry, and how these programs can ensure that your products are safe to consume, are legal to sell, and are always well received by your customer base.

No Class Kit Purchase Required and no additional materials needed

Course Length:

3 weeks (plus one week grace period to submit assignments and complete any tests.)

Description

You are launching a new tea product, “Wake the Dead Breakfast Blend” with hopes of getting distribution and having your product offered in retail stores throughout the US, and then the world! You have developed the blend, optimized the flavor, color, and aroma, and positive feedback is rolling in. You are ready to start producing your product, or you are ready to have someone else produce the product to your specifications. What is required for regulatory approval to sell your product and how can you ensure that your product continues to perform well as your volume grows and as your supply chain evolves? What will be required by your customers as your product enters distribution centers and larger retailers? The short answer is an established quality assurance program.

Quality assurance is the planned and systematic program implemented in an overall system so that quality requirements for a product or service will be met. In this class, we will review the core objectives, tools, programs, and resources for establishing an effective quality assurance platform, specific to the tea industry, and how these programs can ensure that your products are safe to consume, are legal to sell, and are always well received by your customer base.

No Class Kit Purchase Required and no additional materials needed

Course Length:

3 weeks (plus one week grace period to submit assignments and complete any tests.)

$285.00 USD

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Customer Reviews

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Natalie

Very information heavy, but good info and helpful to the quality assurances of tea,

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Maria In�s

This course made me really think about all that goes into the creation of a tea business. Very interesting.

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Joan

This course was very helpful in putting the process of setting up and defining the details of a business into order.

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Lori

This class was very informative with excellent exercises.

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Miwa

I have a tea shop in Japan and realized the differences in the U.S. and the importance of quality systems.