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A Food And Beverage News Special
May 26, 2007

FP industry on growth track and profitability
India is one of the major food producers in the world and the processed food market is opening up to a wide range of investors across the globe.

FDI in food processing sector
The Indian food processing market is one of the largest in terms of production, consumption, and export and import prospects. Since, India is one of the major food producers worldwide, with new reforms ruling the roost

Making of Scotch, world's most popular whisky
Scotch is intimately intertwined with the land and the people of Scotland for hundreds of years. From the humble origins of George Orre's cottage to large distilleries of Duncan Forbes in the seventeenth century

Karnataka: An emerging F&B hub
Karnataka is emerging as a food and beverage industry destination, according to experts in the sector. The reasons which attribute to the growth of the industry here is the access to fruits and vegetables

Indian sunflower oil industry needs to aim high
The market of Sunflower oil, the fourth most used vegetable oil as cooking medium in the world, is increasing in India in the recent years.

Looking for a farm strategy
Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh is reported to be unveiling a massive Rs 30,000-crore new agricultural package in the next few days.

Food labelling norms put FP industry in a fix
The mandatory food labelling rules notified by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare to come into force from August 20, 2007, has put the food processing industry in a fix, with some clauses unimplementable

Coloured food How safe is it?
Roha Dyechem, with its presence in more than 100 countries over 6 continents with offices, manufacturing facilities and laboratories in 13 countries, boasts of having one of the world's single largest and best manufacturing plants for food colours.

13 Scotch brands among top 100
Scotland held on to its No 1 spot in an annual survey of the world's top spirit brands, according to the latest Power 100 survey.

Italian vinification at Vintage Wines
A relatively new company charting a course in the domestic market that has three dominant wine players (Chateau Indage, Grover Wines and Sula) and a dozen smaller players, Vintage Wines Pvt Ltd, makers of the Reveilo brand of wines

Upasi wants subsidy raised to 40% for tea replantation
Anyone who has had a cup of tea after a day of slogging at work would definitely vouchsafe the beverage as a spontaneous energy booster.

Bosch shows upward demand in F&B sector
Bosch Packaging Technology, the world leader in processing and packaging solutions for the food and confectionery industry, has managed to tap the Indian market with its range of packaging solutions.

Nensy offers Decolox for flour whitening
flour Industry needs innumerable improvers, which can enhance the flour quality in terms of good gluten quality and quantity, whiteness, good enzyme activity, etc. The ultimate aim is to satisfy the baker with good flour.

Dynamech offers ultimate solutions for snack processing
Dynamech Engineers, is one of the pioneers in namkeen making machines. Established in 1985, the company manufactures and exports wide range of traditional Indian snacks making machines.

K'taka govt to look at AEZs as growth engines of the F&B sector
Karnataka is gearing up to create Agriculture Export Promotion Zones (AEZs) in order to provide the much-needed boost for the food processing sector.

HRS sets up a new facility at Pune
HRS Process Systems Pvt Ltd, a renowned player in the heat exchanger segment, has recently set up its own manufacturing facility in Pune.

HOPCOMS grape and mango juices generate big response
In a major effort in the fruits processing sector in Karnataka, Horticultural Co-operative Marketing Society (Hopcoms), which was set up in 1992 under a National Cooperative Development Corporation fund, has now a lucrative arm

34 lakh tonnes of sugarcane remain uncrushed in AP
For the first time in the history of Andhra Pradesh, the sugar factories, both private and that in co-operative sector, were able to crush sugarcane beyond their installed capacity and produce more sugar during this season.



 
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