Teaming up for Research
Lobster Made Easy works with Nova Scotia Product Design and Development Centre, Dalhousie University
Working through NSBI, under their Productivity and Innovation Voucher program, Lobster Made Easy worked to develop packaging that would enable us to deliver a quality product to the consumer that they could easily prepare, reliably. Much of the technology needed had never been applied to seafood, let alone lobster.
Matt d'Entremont, Director of Nova Scotia Product Design and Development Centre at Dalhousie University says they’re proud to have played a part in helping Mark achieve his LME vision achieving the highest level of precision for packaging, ensuring the quality of the product. “Among the many projects we’ve taken on at the Nova Scotia Product Design and Development Centre, 14 have involved lobster. Without question, Mark’s novel innovative product is certainly the tastiest. The LME sous vide product has been uniquely engineered enabling consumers to enjoy a quality lobster experience, without the mess” says d’Entremont.
The Nova Scotia Product Design and Development Centre provides entrepreneurs and SMEs with access to a complete product R&D group to discover and develop ideas from concept to pre-production prototypes. They provide entrepreneurs with a spectrum services from basic consulting, discovery, ideation, concept design, rapid prototyping, testing, detailed design, pre-production designs for contract manufacturing, and even some small-scale production.
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