Tovarovednyh characterization and examination of minutes. water

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Tovarovednyh characterization and examination of the quality of min. water


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1 CHARACTERISTICS OF MINERAL WATER tovarovednyh

1.1 The main directions of development of the market of mineral waters

1.2 Classification and range of mineral waters

1.3 Technology industrial bottling of mineral water

1.4 Quality indicators of mineral water, safety requirements

1.5 The requirements for packaging, labeling, transportation and storage of mineral waters

CHAPTER 2 tovarovednyh examinations quality and range MINERAL WATER pharmacy network "***"

2.1 Methods of assessing the quality of mineral water

2.2 Analysis of the range of mineral waters pharmacy network "***"

2.3 Analysis of the packaging and labeling of mineral waters pharmacy network "***"

2.4 The results of the examination of the quality of organoleptic and physical-chemical indicators

CHAPTER 3 competitive goods, ITS EVALUATION

3.1 The concept of competitiveness of goods

3.2 Assessment of competitiveness of the goods on the example of mineral water drugstore chain "***"

3.3 Improving the management of competitiveness of the goods

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

APPLICATIONS


Introduction


Water is a unique liquid without which life is not possible. Constituting 60-70% of body weight. It provides the normal course of biochemical reactions. Physiological needs in drinking water of about 3 liters per day (with a minimum exertion - 2-2,5 l., With the hard work of up to 6.5 liters.).


Mineral waters differ significantly from the "fresh water" due to increased concentrations of mineral content (less often organic) ingredients, gases and possess certain physical properties (raznoaktivnostyu, reaction medium, and others.). A variety of natural mineral waters enables us to provide a therapeutic effect on the human body in various diseases and health deviations.


Year: 2011

Volume: 96 pages.

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