The research is focused on enterprises dealing with the meat processing, which made expenditures on innovations in the period 2005-2010 and introduced the change in products, processes, organization and marketing. The product innovations were most common and they were introduced by 56.7% of enterprises. Usually they were linked to the other change. Implemented process innovations were mostly focused on the change of production methods, less on methods supporting the processes or operational systems related to the purchases or accountancy. The number of enterprises, which implemented the above change, increased along with the input level on innovations. Furthermore the change in marketing was introduced more often than organizational innovations. Predominantly marketing innovations were related to the utilisation of new media or promotion techniques.