Training employees in industry
- First ask the employees to find out the water content of pig meat products in the local supermarket and make a list.
- Give them time to work on the content of the learning resource as indicated. This may take one to two weeks and ask them to post their thoughts on the comments page.
- In the final discussion ask the employees to consider the novel technologies and whether these might be implemented within their own sector of the industry.
Teaching students in higher education
- First ask the students to find out as much information as possible on the water content of pig meat products in their locality by visiting the local supermarket, by using at-retail advertising and product names, visiting with a local meat manager at retail or meat store. Ask them to make a list.
- Ask students to visit a pig meat processing plant (if there are any in the local area) and observe and discuss how meat products are fabricated and/or processed into pork products (give special attention to processing protocol, timing of events, and use of WHC ingredients).
- Ask students to search for any official regulations about water usage or control in meat products.
- Give them time to work on the content of the learning resource as indicated. This may take one to three weeks. Ask them to post their thoughts on the comments page.
- Ask them to work in groups and discuss the study questions in each section.